October 18, 2009
When you are with your dog, make sure that your body language reflects
your intentions. If you are training or trying to control her, stand tall and
relaxed. Your dog will respect you if you maintain your dignity.its true...
Dog body language takes experience. I encourage you to watch your own dog(s) and others. Go to the dog park and watch dogs interacting. Watch different body parts (ears, tails, eyes, lips, hair, overall posture) separately for a while. See if you can predict which body stances lead to which activities or outcomes.
Labels: body language