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    Dogs, like people, also have psychological activities, but they can’t express themselves in words, so many people don’t know. Following will help you get to know the dog’s psychology and get along with the dog better.

    The dogs obeys and is loyal to its owner, but it seems that the poodle has a special request for its owner, that is, it hopes that the owner will always love it. And when the master is in the distribution of emotion, it will often cause the dog to hate the pet, and even fight for it. The external behavior of jealousy is to be indifferent to the host, unhappy and to attack the beloved.

    For dogs, only the dogs with high status are favored by their owners. If the dogs with low status are favored by their owners, other dogs, especially the dogs with higher status, will make a strong response and sometimes attack together. This is the manifestation of dog jealousy. At the same time, dogs also have the mentality of competing for and inviting contributions. When two hounds are forced to hunt their prey together, they often fight against each other. Sometimes they even put down their prey temporarily and carry out a civil war to decide the height. This is the external behavior of the dog’s fighting psychology. The purpose of dog competition is to get reward. When a hound gets prey and gives it to the owner, it often looks up and confidently at the owner, waiting for the owner to praise or give him food. This kind of psychology is a psychological activity developed after being domesticated.

    When training dogs, people often use reward as a major means of training. When dogs complete a certain action, they always reward with command or food. This kind of training form strengthens the dog’s psychology of asking for credit. This psychological activity of dogs reminds us that in the daily training and use process, we should pay attention to the cultivation of the dog ‘s psychology of fighting for merit, not stingy in praise and reward, but generous, to meet the dog’ s psychology of inviting merit, so as to promote the dog to make better achievements in the future work. Dogs have a strong possessive psychology. Under the domination of this kind of possessive psychology, dogs show common territorial behavior. Because of this, dogs have the ability to protect apartments, homes, patrol homesteads, protect property and owners. In the kennel where more than one dog is kept, the dog will occupy a certain space according to its order. Even in a small land, there must be a fixed sleeping place. Dogs have the behavior of storing things, which is also the manifestation of possession psychology.

    Dogs often bite and play with wooden balls, stones, branches, etc. in their territory. In addition, in the dog’s life, every moment is driven by curiosity. Driven by curiosity, dogs use their keen sense of smell, hearing, vision and touch to understand the world and gain experience. Every time a dog finds a new object, it always focuses on it with curious eyes and shows obvious visual curiosity. Then it sniffs, licks, and even flips its forelegs to conduct serious research. Dog’s curiosity is helpful to the growth of dog’s intelligence, which provides great convenience for training and using dog for human service.

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