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How many of us have heard someone say "my dog just bit out of nowhere!" ? The fact is, most dogs will often give many, many warnings prior to an actual bite. Familiarizing ourselves with our dog's body language is the first step in helping to prevent a bite, but we should also be aware of the different levels of bite thresholds, and NOT ignore situations where our dog ends up "snapping" and "lunging" - for these are just precursors.

had a serious dog bite event in the family. It makes me sad - and grateful my dogs are so loving and chill.

Dog body language

Do you speak dog? Dogs communicate using body language more than they do vocally, says the informative poster Talking Dog from world-famous canine behavior

A Chart That Will Help You Finally Understand Your Dog

DogsOrb provides comprehensive dog health information covering a wide variety of Tips & Tricks and symptoms affecting your pet.