November 4th, 2016

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Julie

Julie

"When a dog’s emotional health is not prioritized, he may continue to aggress at perceived threats. He may “put on the brakes” and try to avoid certain environments or situations. If a dog is continually exposed to threatening situations, the stress wreaks havoc on his emotional and physiological state. A dog occupied with threat processing doesn’t care about how much time his guardians have to train, or how much patience the training process requires. He simply wants to feel safe."

Posted by Julie Rice on 4 Nov 2016, 16:57

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meanddev

Julie

Julie

"When a dog’s emotional health is not prioritized, he may continue to aggress at perceived threats. He may “put on the brakes” and try to avoid certain environments or situations. If a dog is continually exposed to threatening situations, the stress wreaks havoc on his emotional and physiological state. A dog occupied with threat processing doesn’t care about how much time his guardians have to train, or how much patience the training process requires. He simply wants to feel safe."

Posted by Julie Rice on 4 Nov 2016, 16:57

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