HSSP Director Didi Culp has a piece on canine body language in this week’s Frederick News-Post:

When we take our dogs out and about, it behooves us to pay attention to the dog. It’s easy to get caught up viewing the scenery or entertaining stray thoughts. When you stop and talk to a neighbor and you have your dog on a leash, it’s your responsibility to keep him out of harm’s way. Dogs that tremble, shy away or lunge and bark are obviously upset, but there is no reason to wait until your dog has to make his feelings so obvious.

What are some signs that your dog is feeling pressure? Read on to find out.