Animal Management Kit

wiggly, loose bodies CATCH ME IF YOU CAN! regular pauses in play, interaction without being obsessive or intense LITTLE BREAK AARGH! ARGGGRR! SURE THING! relaxed faces and bodies approaches from the side sharing toys Does Your Dog Want To Be Here? Appropriate and polite dog play includes lots of short breaks for sniffs, drinks or laying down so dogs don’t become overly boisterous or hyper-stimulated. Ensure your dog gets a chance to relax in good company too! If you’re not sure whether your dog is enjoying himself here, or you’re worried about the behaviour of another dog, take your dog out of the dog park to give him a break. Not all dogs are social butterflies, some prefer the company of a few good friends instead. Great! Stay AWhile! HOW TO TELL IF YOUR DOG

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