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im going to explain what body language cues are seen, things we can do to make the patient more comfortable or how we can stay safe
The dog’s eyes have a fixed gaze on the target.
the body language that the dog shows when its very aggressive / defensive are
Growls, snarls, or barks in a loud, low threatening tone.
The launched biting attack will most likely be repeated and unrelenting.
The dog may roll over and offer the underbelly as a sign as submission.
Dog may blink often, yawn, or lip lick excessively.The muscles in the body whole body are very tense.
The back is hunched or arched with the tail tucked between its legs, the head slung low, and ears flattened against the skull.
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