June 15, 2012
-- Brooklyn, NY. June 15, 2012 – Teacup Pups, located in Brooklyn, New York, is giving their customers valuable information on understanding the various forms of communication their dog is using. Considering that many dogs were originally bred for security and protection, this is the way your dog is trying to keep you safe, so interpreting their message can be extremely important.
“There are several different scenarios that could lead your dog to stomp on the ground,” said Joel Tannenbaum, the manager at Teacup Pups. “Many times the situation dictates what the message might be. For instance, if you are reading a book and your dog barks once to get your attention. You look up at her, she barks once more, and then you see a grin on her face. This is the classic call out for playtime with your dog.”
“However, if you see your dog stomp three times, then bark three short aggressive barks, then run fast, you have a more significant problem,” Mr. Tannenbaum continued. “This could be real danger. Possibilities include an intruder on your property, or emergency situation that demands your immediate attention. Remember that your dog is thinking about security and protection of his master, so this can be incredibly important. We’ve seen dogs alert families to fires and other disasters well before they get out of hand.”
About Teacup Pups: Teacup Pups was founded in 1984 by an animal lover and dog trainer. If you have questions about any of our teacup puppies please feel free to call or email. We believe we have the best full service store, but if you find that you are looking for something that is not in our store let us know by email and we will do our best to get it to you at the best possible price. Grooming services are available at our retail store. Walk-ins are welcome and so are questions. Visit the website at http://www.TeacupPups.com
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