Healthy Play Between Puppies Has No Winners Or Losers

Puppies learn social behavior from interacting with other dogs. Healthy play allows a dog to build a good foundation of socialization. What they learn as dogs in regards to normal dog-on-dog behavior sets the ground work for skills they will use throughout their life. Puppies that are engaged in healthy, happy play will be loose, lively and energetic. Healthy plays between dogs will have different behavioral cues and body language. They will become stiff and tense instead of loose movements. Dogs can learn behavioral cues as early as seven to eight weeks old. They need playtime with one another to grow up into confident, well-adjusted dogs. . . .

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