We may not all be able to call ourselves ‘dog whisperers’, but there area number of basic pet psychology signals and behaviours that we can all look out for when approaching a dog; whether that animal is unknown to us, or even if it’s a pet dog who we feel may be giving us confusing body language signals. Some very basic doggy facts: Dogs are born into this world with a fantastic ability to sniff the environment around them, and their sense of smell is among the most powerful in the animal kingdom.
Some very basic doggy facts:
Some healthy, normal doggy traits to look out for:
When your pet is active, alert, playful and is responsive to commands and signals, this is when you can be sure that they are healthy and happy. Being sociable with other dogs and people and a willingness to explore is also a sure
Some potential doggy issues:
If your pet dog is often hyperactive and jumps on people or is disobedient of your rules and signals, then this may be cause for concern. If they also display signs of being extremely fearful of people that they don’t know or other animals, then
All pet dogs require a good and healthy balance of affection, attention and discipline for them to feel secure and safe, and if this is not given, then you will almost certainly end up with a dog that is not psychologically sound.