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While searching for a dog boardingfor sale I came across some interesting information on the Web. I found out that sometimes when a human stares at a dog it makes him uncomfortable and anxious. If you notice that your dog's pupils are dilated and his eyelids are back it might mean that the dog is worried. A dog that is being stared at can also take it as a threat and it might make him become tense. When feel threatened, they can sometimes become aggressive to defend themselves, but usually this only happens when the dog has no other choice and all other attempts of gaining control have failed. Obviously before deciding to take this route, they need to carefully consider all of the actual possibilities of success they have. If their aggressiveness and strength does not turn out to be successful, their rival will not stop or run away. When a dog loses he stands the chance of getting badly hurt or even losing his life. In consequence of this most will try to large array of various and different tactics before getting violent with another dog. The tactics each dog uses varies depending on the experience of each dog, and these tactics are shown starting from their body language, to keeping as far away as possible, ignoring the other dog, or concentrating on other things etc. These threats present themselves in subtle ways and if they realize that these attempts are not working, they then become aggressive. When a dog is not sure about another dog's intentions (because of inexperience), he will let the other dog know through his body language. Sometimes inexperienced will turn to the side so that neither his head nor posterior area is in danger of getting attacked at by the other dog. Usually the dog will also turn his head away from the rival to reduce the chances of conflict even more.