Non intimidating body language
A dog uses his entire body, from the tip of his nose to the end of his tail, to communicate with other canines.
A dog’s body language sends signals like “Come and play” or “Back off, buddy!
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This means you may be sending your dog mixed signals without even knowing it.
The most common body language mishaps I encounter tend to happen when a person is greeting a dog.
Instead, sit down or crouch close to the ground with your side turned toward the dog; look away and ignore him until he initiates a greeting.God bless you all as you keep Thinking Like A Black Belt. i honor you as a warrior queen, a protector, a guardian.as a fellow protector i feel your heartbeat and the heartbeat of your husband. know that there are many who read and change, but may not comment.— Authority, self control, competence, readiness, and awareness.
The body language is like a sword – capable, sharp, ready, and powerful if necessary. Perhaps when walking through a dark parking lot or when you have to walk by a gang.A dog’s space should always be respected and never invaded — otherwise a bite may ensue.