On Leash Greetings ...

Posted on: Aug 27, 2011 By: Heather
Our dogs spend most of their time on leash when they are out in public.  This means a good amount of their interaction with people, places and other dogs happens while they are on leash. When dogs are leashed, their movement is restricted.  This means that when another dog enters their space, the first dog’s option to leave is limited.  If that first dog (We’ll call him Sam) is uncomfortable with how close the second dog (Molly) is, or what she is doing (jumping, mounting, mouthing) he cannot get away.  This leads many dogs to attempt ... Read More