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Avoiding potentially volatile situations while walking your dog

How should we respond when a dog approaches us when we're walking alone or with our four-legged friend? How do we respect a dog's space? Both answers are critical in helping prevent potentially volatile interactions with dogs.

Be the “Alpha Dog”

It may be easy to forget that dogs are not simply humans in a different package, and that they don't respond to situations in the same way that we do...Dogs become unbalanced and display unwanted behaviors when they think they are the leader of the pack—so it's up to you to be the alpha dog and take charge!

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