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Rachael FlynnMemberJanuary 10, 2023 at 6:16 pm10624
Thanks for sharing this, Dustin.
1. I see dominance aggression. Zeva sticks her nose into mix with Dustin’s hand and Senna’s face. First right to limited resources.
2. The small space created tension. Having treats in the hands in close quarters with two dogs with big temperaments.
3. I could only see the shake offs by both dogs in the video, not because there weren’t any other calming signals but because it was too dark for my eyes. I did see Senna sniff the floor but I wondered if he was simply looking for dropped treats.