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the sound is cutting out for me periodically
I am seeing previous slide.
Ashley, yes! We will post the recording and slides on Pro. You can expect an email with the link by the end of the week!
Dena-there is new info from that other slide
Sorry; head cold making me have the dumb.
Everyone, feel free to type your thoughts about the dogs' status here in chat!
Not seeing the next slide
Pat, can you see the slides OK now?
Dr. Reid - why would a dog display submissive behavior? Is it conflict?
Marianne, we will capture your question and ask it in the Q&A. Thank you!
Ashley, yes, those behaviors are associated with submission.
Logan, yes it is!
dog on left
Tail tells the answer?
left dog more dominent
no I can't
black and white ears forward
the black and white one
Ears — left
left c shape d mouth
darker one has more of a curve
Dena, that is what I saw along with the ears being back.
I knew it! He was backing up first.
But that guy doesn't seem super confident to move in.
Left submissive, no eye contact
LOL; both full of it.
Laura catalina Cuervo mendez
hahha what a curious situation
Wow that’s so fascinating!
Kimberly, click the X in the upper right
Logan, lying down is good in this case, in the sense that it serves to avoid conflict.
Slow going on whether or not he can take some kibble.
They are showing so much trust! (And caution.)
I don't know 2 humans that are this good at communication!
Do we know if these dogs are related and already have some "understanding"?
Phyllis, I saw a lip lick, too.
AnneBelle, ultimately the dog on the right is dominant in this interaction given that the dog on the right took possession of the resource.
Shana Arias, both dogs engage in behavior associated with dominance and submission at different points in the video.
Kimberly, we will email you the link to the recording!
Could I get the link for it also?! I can't listen at work but watching conversation and the pictures of the beautiful pups
The BEST sight is those eyes!
Betsy, everyone who registered for this webinar will receive the link!
Thank you! :)
I have to jump off for another meeting. I’ll watch the recording. Thank you!!
Jeanette, thanks for coming!
Autism Spectrum Dogs??
Can whale eye be a sign of aggression?
Ashely Martin, dilated pupils are associated with a state of arousal or simply dim light.
In what ways are fearful eyes considered different than whale eyes?
I have a dog whose eyes will change color when she is irritated (from copper color to deep brown)
what about the Tongue ?
Dale Shuter, whale eye is associated with resource guarding aggressing, when a dog’s body/head is lowered over a resource and their gaze is directed at a person or animal they perceive as a threat to their resource.
If a dog's tongue is droopy but the mouth is snarly, eyes are aroused ....?
Jen Carroll, in both cases the dog's body is not aligned with the dog's gaze, making the dog's sclera visible as the dog looks in the direction of their target but maintains/does not change their body position.
Logan, prick and drop.
Alert and cautious versus playful
Jen, Dr. Pam Reid from the ASPCA is our speaker today.
Was that dog on slide 45’s “butt feathers” erect along with his tail? Or was that just his fur?
Slide 54, not 45
Erin, the natural tail example?
Of the 3 of the same dog
Erin, I'd assume just his fur.
Jen, Pam is the only presenter today. There are "panelists" here to moderate chat.
Logan, what mouth sign are you referring to?
Everyone, please make sure when you ask a question to select all panelists and attendees so that everyone can see your question.
if my dog approached another dog with erect curled over tail and erect ears should I pull him away from the dog he’s approaching? sometimes my dog does that and then starts playing
He’s sitting up, ears up.
Ha ha - drama yawn
Lily, certainly depends on your dog’s social history with dogs and that of the other dog and the comfort level of you and the owner of the other dog, among other things.
I have noticed fearful dogs also have increased body temp and you can "smell" the increase (that likely sounds super weird; just something I have noticed).
Fear stink! My dog gets that on car rides.
Lots of other fear stuff too: panting, pacing, bulge eyes. Poor bud hates car rides. Bless Valium.
Left is trying to dominate
maybe he's just playing hard to get ?
Open/ClosedPositioning of lipsLip lickingYawning
Is there any known distinction between piloerection in low back VS higher up?
oh look, it’s my dog— Mr. Mixed Messages.
how should you approach a dog showing conflicted behaviour like that?
if she had a bone, he would come
Yuki - Karen Overall did a study in the 90’s re: hackle pattern. Front tended to correspond to fearful response, head to tail associated with offensive response (possible aggressive), raised front and raised tail but flat in middle associated with conflicted response. Not sure if there has been any studies since or conflicting with this one…
Cindy, generally, make your body small, turn to the side, talk in a sweet sing-song voice, give the dog space to make the choice to approach you.
Gabriel, this dog's biggest motivator was dog play, and that's where she got to go once she was on leash! ;)
I just cheered in my office.
A calmer human would make it easier on this timid dog. we forget they react to us
Autism spectrum dogs and body language
I've got to run!
Those videos were amazing. Thanks so much for this presentation!
Was the friendly dog helpful to getting Dolce the conflicted dog out? Or was that just a happy accident?
Not sure how autism and dogs are related...
Thanks for this
This was great! Thanks.
not a question but a comment: This was a pretty amazing presentation. I cant wait to share with my Direct Care staff!! thank you Dr. Ried
Great presentation! Thank you!
Really good information! But I did have question about the heckles. Because I have seen dogs play and they have heckles upper and down to the the tail but they do play bows.
Will it be possible to post links to the videos? (My computer was unable to keep up)
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this was fantastic. i learned so much! thank you!
New area Check on Humane society study back east. I Have worked with 3 and body language is very different
Thank you!! Awesome presentation and great answers in the chat!
Laurie, yes, we will email a link to the recording!
thank you so much, this was all extremely helpful!
i have experienced that conflicted motivation as a dog walker. is there a time when you should stop and maybe come back at another time and try again?
In the picture of the dogs with the bone, what was the defining reason that informed you which dog was more confident?
Does licking on a human convey any message?
amazing and helpful presentation, thank you so much :)
Many thanks. Excellent as usual.
Specifically face licking?
Yes, thank you very much for this presentation.
Thank you so much. Looking forward to Part #2 webinar.
Thank you for the presentation!
Thanks, Pam and Bridget!
Thank you all
So I have an eight year old Golden Retriever who has been standing over our other dogs since he was a puppy - what does this mean as he is not an aggressive/dominant dog?
Thank you! Great presentation.
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hey Sue Clement!!
great info shared, thanks for your time and effort.