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    When grooming a pet dog, it should not only touch its head and back, but also touch sensitive parts such as ears and fingertips, so that it can gradually adapt to being caressed, so that it won’t take much effort to brush its teeth and clean its ears. In addition, if the dog’s stomach is exposed on all fours, it means that it has been “subdued” or Pampered to you.

    1. Caress is essential to cultivate its sense of obedience. When grooming the dog’s hair, it should not only touch the head and back, but also touch sensitive parts such as ears and fingertips, so that it can gradually adapt to being caressed, so as to give it It doesn’t take much effort to brush your teeth and clean your ears. In addition, if the dog’s stomach is exposed on all fours, it means that it has been “subdued” or Pampered to you. At this time, you should gently caress it to cultivate its sense of obedience to the owner. From his childhood, he often combed his whole body, making him gradually realize that combing is also a kind of enjoyment. Let it communicate with people and other animals more, and cultivate its social ability.

    If it only contacts with family at home, it will feel nervous once it changes its environment. So in order to cultivate its cheerful social skills, we should make it contact with people and other animals from an early age to accumulate a lot of social experience. When it comes into contact with other dogs, in order to prevent fear, it can first contact with dogs with mild character, and then slowly contact with other dogs. Let the dog and other puppies play while familiar with the dog language.

    3. Play with it and communicate with it in language, so that it gradually adapts to human beings, talking with it and playing with it, so that it realizes that human beings are not terrible animals. Soon, it will have a strong sense of trust in its owner.

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