Judges
Judges

Judges

Does
Does

Does

Feed Him
Feed Him

Feed Him

Your
Your

Your

Does Your Dog Bite
Does Your Dog Bite

Does Your Dog Bite

Two Genders
Two Genders

Two Genders

Throwes
Throwes

Throwes

There Are Only Two Genders
There Are Only Two Genders

There Are Only Two Genders

No Buts
No Buts

No Buts

throwing stones
 throwing stones

throwing stones

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Dog Bite: Dogs Don't Bite "Out of the Blue." Many bites can be prevented if people learn to read a dog's body language. This dog's whole body is wagging calmly and he is panting. He is happy to see you. He is not yawning because he is tired. He is anxious and he hopes you will leave him alone Her tail is high, A tail tucked in, even if wagging a bit, means a very worried dog. "Please stay away from me." her body is stiff and her mouth is closed. "I'm warning you. Back off! This dog is The tongue flick and the slow, stiff tail wag tell you this dog is very unsure. "Go away." turning her head away in order to avoid conflict. She doesn't want to be bothered. The half-moon eye and the closed mouth tell you this dog is uncomfortable "Leave me alone! The "freeze and stare" is a very dangerous sign! This dog will bite if you persist For more information about dog bite doggone prevention, visit www.doggonesafe.com. safe shyfox: lifewithboris: While it may be easier to believe sensationalized, false “facts” about bully breeds that they attack unprovoked, most dogs do not. Dogs give very clear indications of their moods  when they are encountering strangers or new situations. LEARN THE BODY LANGUAGE. YES. This essential for everyone who spends any time near dogs at any point of their lives. “unprovoked” bites rarely ever happen, if at all. 
Dog Bite: Dogs Don't Bite "Out of the Blue."
 Many bites can be prevented if people
 learn to read a dog's body language.
 This dog's whole
 body is wagging
 calmly and he is
 panting. He is
 happy to see you.
 He is not
 yawning because
 he is tired. He is
 anxious and he
 hopes you will
 leave him alone
 Her tail is high,
 A tail tucked in,
 even if wagging
 a bit, means a
 very worried dog.
 "Please stay away
 from me."
 her body is stiff
 and her mouth is
 closed. "I'm
 warning you.
 Back off!
 This dog is
 The tongue flick
 and the slow, stiff
 tail wag tell you
 this dog is very
 unsure. "Go away."
 turning her head
 away in order to
 avoid conflict.
 She doesn't want
 to be bothered.
 The half-moon
 eye and the
 closed mouth tell
 you this dog is
 uncomfortable
 "Leave me alone!
 The "freeze and
 stare" is a very
 dangerous sign!
 This dog will bite
 if you persist
 For more information about dog bite doggone
 prevention, visit www.doggonesafe.com.
 safe
shyfox:

lifewithboris:

While it may be easier to believe sensationalized, false “facts” about bully breeds that they attack unprovoked, most dogs do not. Dogs give very clear indications of their moods  when they are encountering strangers or new situations. LEARN THE BODY LANGUAGE.

YES. This essential for everyone who spends any time near dogs at any point of their lives.
“unprovoked” bites rarely ever happen, if at all. 

shyfox: lifewithboris: While it may be easier to believe sensationalized, false “facts” about bully breeds that they attack unprovoked,...