How to communicate with a dog in his own language- dog training dog communication

In no way do I excuse pestering a pet in order to make them use calming signals for you to see. I kissed Kiko on the head in this video to reveal you something that dogs HATE that is typically done to them, not that I want to excuse it! ☺
Pet dogs bite. You must never ever put your face in a canines deal with. Relaxing signals can be offered when you are standing or sitting, I was very near Splash at one point in this video since it was tough to fit us in the video screen, and Splash is extremely comfy with me being that near her face. Never lean into a canines deal with in order to communicate with them! Its Threatening!

This video is about the secret language of pets. A few of you might currently understand about Soothing Signals, but the primary population that discover canine training through Tv programs may not.

In this video I will reveal you how you can utilize your pet dogs own language to communicate with them. I will also reveal you ways to translate your pet dogs language.

Turid Rugaas is an internationally renowned dog fitness instructor who has studied and investigated calming signals for over a years! You can visit her site on calming signals to get more information AND PICK UP AMONG HER BOOKS AND DVDS on the subject.

I likewise need to state that Turid Rugaas has the very best leash walking book out there. My dog pulls-What do I do?

I am forever grateful to Turid for giving me the ability to be able to talk with my canines in their own language.

Here are the primary soothing signals that I want to use with dogs-.

1 Soft Eye Blinks.
2 Looking Away.
3 Lip Licks.
4 Yawning.

1- you can use calming signals to soothe a dog down and inform them "no worries".
2- You can monitor your pet dog's relaxing signals and if they are doing more than normal you can tell your dog is getting more stressed out (calming signals are regular and happen all the time).
3- If you pet your dog and they use CS that is normal, but Imagine this Scenario- a kid pets a canine and it provides lots of CS. Then the pet walks away from the kid, and the moms and dad brings the child to the pet dog once again, and the pet uses a lot more CS and walks away to rest, then the moms and dad brings the child to family pet the pet dog a third time, and finally the canine is so stressed out that it growls, or bites. The parent might have read that the dog did not wish to be petted by the child more than that very first time if they learnt about CS.

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29 Responses to “How to communicate with a dog in his own language- dog training dog communication”

  1. sea weed

    Oct 20. 2016

    I have a female dog who i adopted, she was abused, she comes when I call her but her body is low and never really looks at me and keeps her ears back and lays on her back when I get close… like to give her a hug or something like that I want her to trust me but I’m still having trouble, any tips? I want her to know it’s over and I will protect her

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    • sea weed

      Jan 30. 2017

      k…

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    • Reaper

      Feb 01. 2017

      Puffy Cloud well my dog wakes me up with hugging me 😛

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    • Geri Goz

      Mar 15. 2017

      Hi Martha Nambo, I’ve rescued dogs for 30 years so will offer my thoughts briefly! Your dog has learned to be afraid in the past and it sounds as if the flattened ears and lying on her back when she comes to you may be subservient behaviour (“I’m being good, please don’t beat me”). If you can be pack leader she will become happy and confident. Cesar Milan is brilliant at this, you could YouTube his videos. Another tip is, teach him the word for everything he does, so he gets to understand what you’re saying and so the world begins to make sense, and he’ll feel more secure. Dogs should know 70 – 150 words, and praise him when he gets it right, that’s important especially for an abused dog. Be consistent, exercise her every single day (or negative energy builds up), be calm, stable and in charge, and play with her too. Read about dog training as other people read about babies when pregnant. A vet wrote a fascinating book about the wolf pack and said dogs operate the same way, and we should look at our dogs and see a wolf because wolves were their ancestors. Learn about their body language, e.g. Staring eye contact is seen as confrontational so get ‘good’ body language awareness.

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    • sea weed

      Mar 15. 2017

      +Geri Goz hi, and thanks for taking your time reply to my comment. But sadly I recently got back from a trip to Washington (state) and left my dog in cali I came back a couple weeks ago and found out she had passed away for a few days now. I found out it was a few days from my birthday, so talk about bad timing. And really isn’t much help to my school grade. But thanks anyways I appreciate you taking time from your day to try and help me.

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    • Viewing

      Mar 15. 2017

      +Martha Montoya Nambo Stay strong, The dog is in a better place without thoughs of an abusive history. I don’t get how people can abuse animals when all they want is love and companionship with a family.Hope the person who abused her sits with a life long painful illness.

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  2. Makenna Speer

    Dec 22. 2016

    It’s 1am why am I watching this

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  3. Donnala Fit

    Mar 10. 2017

    What does it mean when my dog sits and lifts his curled paw?

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  4. Frances Riddiough

    Mar 10. 2017

    I used to use slow blinks all the time……..and she would fall asleep.

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  5. Sao Cungduoc

    Mar 17. 2017

    How about stretching? My dogs do downward dog at me whenever they greet me in the morning.

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  6. Kaya Cotton

    Mar 17. 2017

    that’s awesome, I’ve never really noticed this stuff until now.

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  7. LPS FairyTale

    Mar 20. 2017

    I know this might be weird but when I yawned my dog licked my lips😂😂😂

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  8. Derick Berrios

    Mar 25. 2017

    Just from reading the description, i completely disagree. If your dog feels threatened by you its because it doesn’t trust you and if it doesn’t trust you then how can it love you 🤔? And dont get in a dogs face? Your dog will get in your face to lick you, your dog should be fine with you in his face. And calming signals? Your dog doesn’t trust you as the leader of the pack? A command should be all that’s needed.

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    • Derick Berrios

      Mar 25. 2017

      Guess you’re correct with “a dog”, but YOUR personal dog? Not a chance

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    • Derick Berrios

      Mar 25. 2017

      And PLEASE, “Dogs hate”? maybe your dog but many are fine and will often kiss back &/or cuddle up with the owner

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  9. Riza hariati

    Mar 29. 2017

    I tried the yawning, and my dog thought that I was annoyed by him. So he move away with sulking face. ^_^

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  10. Ariel Sama

    Apr 26. 2017

    When I yawn at my dog all he dose is try and tug kiss me xD

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  11. mason Bausenwein

    May 04. 2017

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  12. Queen Sophie

    May 28. 2017

    dont pett your dog on your head. I Heard dogs dont like that.

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  13. skyqueer

    Jun 11. 2017

    i make fart noises with my mouth and my dog looks like she smiles

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  14. waleska Torres

    Jun 29. 2017

    my dog follows asleep when we do the eyes closed one

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  15. Charlene Robinson

    Jun 30. 2017

    lies my DOG JUST DIED 😓

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  16. Bubble Gum

    Jun 30. 2017

    My dog bit me and I had to get stiches becuase he bit me on the face

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  17. dee6075

    Jul 01. 2017

    I tried the yawning and I ended up with all three of my dogs on my lap licking my mouth

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  18. Дарья Привет

    Jul 06. 2017

    AWW ur dog is sooooo cute😊🐶

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  19. Cali kid

    Jul 07. 2017

    Why do you look like you’re on drugs

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  20. Karina Aponte

    Jul 11. 2017

    Very helpful i will use these tips with my dog!

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