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Dogs can be afraid of a lot of things - know the signs and how to prevent fear in your dog
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Helping Timid and Shy Scaredy Dogs
Watch as a dog walks up behind three cats and scares the hell out of them, while they're locked into a bird outside the door. All is calm until the dog walks up. Do you have a scared, stressed cat? For example, one cat may confront a strange dog by hissing, spitting, and puffing out his fur to make himself look big. Tail down – This may indicate a cat who is scared or threatened. Tail moving rapidly back and forth – A cat's wagging tail isn't the same as a dog's happy tail.
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Tail down – This may indicate a cat who is scared or threatened. Tail moving rapidly back and forth – A cat's wagging tail isn't the same as a dog's happy tail. Dogs and cats can usually live together peacefully, although creating a harmonious "blended family" requires some planning, patience, and careful guidance on. Watch as a dog walks up behind three cats and scares the hell out of them, while they're locked into a bird outside the door. All is calm until the dog walks up.