Walking a Dog Who’s Afraid of People

How to create effective boundaries so your pet will feel secure.

Last month we discussed walking a dog who is uninterested in or a little wary of people outside of his social group, but who won’t fall apart if he is approached. But what if your dog is truly afraid? Perhaps he quakes, literally, with his tail between his legs. Maybe he urinates submissively, too. Alternatively, […]
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