How Dogs Arrange Themselves
Welcome to Baileys Corner, to have a better understanding on how dogs arrange themselves in their own social structure we, put a handful of strong working dogs together to observe their behavior.
Please do NOT try this at home without seeking professional help as it can escalate to the danger zone.
By doing some simple observations with a small number of dogs, one thing should stand out: Some dogs act dominant, others show submission, and if the wrong dogs are put together there will be an altercation over who is the more dominant.
This is the first step to understanding how dogs arrange themselves in their own social structure. Dominant and Submissive.
The second part to be understood is less obvious to the casual observer. The dominant wan to bees among the group that will get challenged by the dominant dog.
Using this logic, no dog is equal to another, and it is clear that they are social animals in the domesticated world.
However, with a proper training program, information and even through observation, you can enjoy a healthy relationship with your dog, by teaching them the desired behavior, and being compassionate but quietly in control.
Understanding Canine Mind and How they Operate in their Social Structure, will result in a better relationship with your champion canine for life.