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Ok...one more post! Does anyone know why or have any insight on why Dunkin is not interested in sniffing other dogs? I was under the impression that that is how they meet and greet eachother. They sniff him and he stands there with no attempt to sniff back. What could this say about him?
 

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Cinnamon did this when she was younger. All she had on her mind was play. Everything and everybody is here on this earth to play with her. She still is not one that dwells on smells. She will let the other dog sniff and she might return the sniff, but all that's on her mind is play. If we ever get robbed, they will have to stop and play first, then the loot!
 

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Hi Dunkin,

A dog that's letting himself be sniffed by other dogs is acting submissive. He's like - go right ahead and check me out, you can go first.

I wouldn't worry about it, he's still very young if i understand correctly. When he get older he'll be confident enough to exercise her sniffing rights ;)
 
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