[nabs-l] update on dog training career. need help!

Jennifer Aberdeen freespirit328 at gmail.com
Tue Aug 17 05:14:55 UTC 2010

Hi all,

In my experience with my own dog, who is a pet not a guide dog, sight is not 
needed to be able to tell what kind of mood he is in. My dog is an American 
Eskimo; these dogs are friendly, however they have their moments of 
aggressive behavior. I can always sense when he's in a mood where he may 
bite if I touch him. Also I can tell what kind of mood he's in by the sound 
of his bark or growl. I also know when he's in a calm state of mind just by 

I realize that I'm talking about a dog I'm familiar with, but even with an 
unfamiliar dog, it's quite easy to determine their state of mind. It may 
take a few minutes to get a feel for the dog, but it can be done in a 
relatively short amount of time.


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