Animal Planet “Dogs 101” Program Fails To Educate Public On Family Dogs Pre Biting Behavior

//Animal Planet “Dogs 101” Program Fails To Educate Public On Family Dogs Pre Biting Behavior

Has anyone seen the cute “Best Family Dog” episode of Dogs 101 on Animal Planet? Cute Labrador Retrievers, Cute Goldens, Cute dogs all around. But did anyone happen to notice the PUGGLE almost BITE the child about 5 minutes into the program? This illustrates how clueless most people are about dog behavior and dogs protracted warning signs (signs dogs give off before they attack/bite).

Someone royally failed over in the editing bay on this program. They obviously did not have a dog expert help them edit the show.

What does a dog training expert like Mary McNeight, CPDT-KA, CCS, BGS see in this scene? Child goes in for a kiss, dog freezes, ears of the dog goes back, dog stares at child, dog starts to snarl, child pulls away, dog snaps at child almost making contact on both hands of the child. Had that child pulled away a second less that Puggle would have bitten him. Animal Planet, indeed, what a “great” “family dog” that Puggle was!

We have to make television shows more accountable for the dog advice they give on television. Until I watched this clip I thought the world of Animal Planet and their dog advice because of worldwide wonder Victoria Stilwell. But if Animal Planet cant even edit a dog almost attacking a child out of its “family dog” program what else are they doing wrong?

Watch the video above to find out how eerily similar the dogs warning signs are to the dog attack video of worldwide famed reporter Kyle Dyer. About 23 seconds into the clip the dogs is lip licking, ears are back, the dog freezes, gives a glare, snarls and then bites.

If you dog starts to show ANY ONE of these signs, move away from them as fast as possible or else…

WARNING – This clip shows a dog mauling the face of a reporter.

2012-09-26T17:42:31+00:00

One Comment

  1. Dianne Wertz August 25, 2012 at 11:39 am

    That’s typical of this show. I was a groomer up to last summer and when I saw that they said that Labradoodles and Golden Doodles are easy to care for and don’t require much grooming I wanted to scream. These dogs are worse than grooming a Standard Poodle. OMG And the owners can’t understand why we charge so much for a groom for 1 of these dogs

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