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Canis sapiens - gewaltfreies Hundetraining hat einen Beitrag geteilt.
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👌Tiere suchen ein Zuhause🐶 Welche Tipps habt ihr für die ersten Tage, wenn ein Tier aus dem Tierschutz ins neue Zuhause einzieht ⁉️ ... WeiterlesenText verstecken
Canis sapiens - gewaltfreies Hundetraining
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👌👌👌Worth reading the whole article 👌👌👌"Some signs of guarding:Different dogs display different signals:Dog suddenly darts away with whatever he has.Dog quickly turns his back when approached by dog or person.When approached the dog freezes, gets very stiff, lowers his head, his eyes become wider, pupils dilate, you see the whites of your dogs eyes, ears go back or one ear goes back, wrinkles between the dogs eyes, the dog stands with legs spread apart, the tail can arch over the dogs back (depending on the dog’s type of tail), the dog stares or suddenly stares into no where, the dog vocalizes, the dog’s hair can raise, the dog starts chomping down on whatever he has, eats faster or holds it in his mouth hard.Posture, walks around on his toes, with head raised around what he guards.Dog can bare teeth, snap and bite.Some behaviors might seem like guarding but could be caused instead by fear, frustration, reactivity, aggression or a previous history of being punished. However, the solution to issues that might look like guarding is the same, to change the dog’s emotional response to the situation in training set ups and to teach the dog what you do want him to do instead. So it doesn’t really matter to label the behavior. Growling, snapping and biting can simply be a way your dog is communicating to not be bothered, so isn’t really an indicator of guarding. Perhaps a dog has taken your shoes and chewed them many times and you have punished the dog for it. The dog might exhibit behaviors that mimic guarding when you approach because the dog knows you will take what he has and wants to avoid punishment." ... WeiterlesenText verstecken
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