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However, we are only able to give suggestions and explain why dogs behave the
way they do. Specific advice needs to be sought from a qualified dog behaviourist
who SHOULD -
- Not only ask the "right" questions but also be a good listener so that they really understand what you are saying
- Visit the dog's home and watch the dog's body language and behaviour in its normal environment
- Really get to understand the dog's whole character, lifestyle and routine before discussing suitable "answers" with the dog's owner.
- Never forget that YOU know your dog best - you live with him day and night - and it is your responsibility to protect him from harm so you should always trust your instincts - IF IT FEELS WRONG, DON'T DO IT!
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