Just like that, there are certainly more than things that people do to their dogs, and dogs don’t like it, but let’s deal with these current, however close we feel to our dog and he to us, we must never forget that we are two completely different types, which the world experiences in a completely different way, the only thing that brings us a common guideline is love, believe it or not everything else is an adjustment, as much as you think you are adapting to your dog, this is not entirely true, it does to a far greater extent and with much more patience than many dog owners.
So let’s start with the things we do, and our dogs don’t like them, or at the very least are forced to accept them for the love of their blithe human friends who think that the world works the way one wants, not the way nature prescribed it.
We humans used to use body language as long ago as dogs and we fully understood it, of course over time we started using the brain to facilitate communication, and we created pure voice communication with only a few traces of body language, we gave up nature language and engaging in communication that has completely alienated us from natural communication, of course, from today’s point of view body language seems ridiculous, the very thought of shaking your ass with happiness when we see someone dear to us is funny, imagine meeting you and an old friend whom you have not seen for a very long time, first a slight sniffle, then a lick, no, this is not working for us today, but that does not mean that we should negate the body language of the dog and impose on him the human rules of communication as primary. This is not good for many reasons, one of the more serious ones is that you can create a very scared and neurotic animal, which is certainly not your goal, and then you will ask yourself why my dog is scared, why he is afraid of contact with other dogs and people, and many more problems arising from our lack of forgotten body language!
Dogs, of course, can learn the meaning of dozens of words, some breeds and a few hundred words each, but they do it all to make it easier for them to fit into their human family. However, the dog reads body language with your owner and your family, as well as other people, sometimes you will be amazed how he knows certain things and before you say them, as if he was reading your mind, not reading your dog, but you are his already told by body language that you are not even aware of. There are people who introduce some of their mimic characters to teach their dog, of course, this form of communication is good in functioning between the dog and the owner, but dogs often come into situations when they see the same characters in other people and have a completely different meaning, which creates a dog great confusion. The point of this first dog confusing way of communication is that it should combine as natural body language as possible with other human voice speech.