greeting other dogsDogs, who are always allowed to greet other dogs or people, are at a higher risk of becoming frustrated when they are not allowed to greet every dog they meet on a walk. This dog will eventually pull, bark, and lunge when they see another dog. Although there are no bad intentions, this dog becomes hard to handle and also to train in public. So what is the etiquette when it comes to greeting other dogs?

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It is important to teach your dog that they can only approach other dogs when your dog is calm, hold eye contact with you and gets your permission to say “Hi”.

Also, always remember to ask the other dog owner ahead of time as their dog may not be social.

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