Wednesday, January 1, 2020
Dog Behavior Explained: Everyday Guide to Understanding Your Dog's Behavior
Every dog owner has noticed something unique, odd, or disturbing about his or her dog’s behavior. If you have a dog, you might have nothing but praise for your perfect pooch. Others, on the other hand, are working with dogs that destroy sofas, and who go above and beyond in defense of the homeland from the nefarious mail carrier.
Dog behavior has been the product of thousands of years of interactions with humans, interbreeding, and working with other dogs. One truism in the world of dog behaviorists is that dogs are pack animals and see their humans as part of that pack. They may try to rise to the top of the pack, or they might pledge undying fealty to their masters. Then some dogs just don’t seem to care very much and will simply try to go their own way, regardless of how their fellow pack members (including you) behave.
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