Dogs rely on body language to understand humans.
Resembling Huskies, they are dignified, devoted, and require socialization.
3. Petting a Dog's Face or Patting Her Head - Dogs often prefer being petted on their back or rear.
4. Walking Up to a Strange Dog While Looking Her in the Eye - Direct eye contact can be perceived as dominance or aggression.
Not Providing Structure and Rules - Dogs thrive with clear rules and boundaries.
6. Forcing Your Dog to Interact With Dogs or People She Clearly Doesn't Like - Respect your dog's preferences in social situations.
Going for Walks Without Giving an Opportunity to Explore and Smell - Dogs need time to explore with their noses.
Keeping a Tight Leash, Literally
Dogs can pick up on their owner's stress levels.
Dogs can become bored and act out if they don't receive enough mental and physical stimulation.