Appeasement (2/6)

Does your dog whine when he greets new people and/or dogs? Appeasement is something the non-confident dog will do. Linked to stress, these dogs believe the new person or dog they are meeting may be a threat, and they will display appeasement behaviors including holding ears back, tucking the tail, crouching, rolling on their back, avoiding eye contact, turning the body sideways to the new person/dog, and/or whining. If your dog whines and displays one or more of these behaviors when greeting, seek the help of a professional trainer to teach your dog confidence and to overcome their fear of meeting new faces.

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