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Good article! None of my dogs before Sophie panted much at all even when running. Sophie pants a LOT. Gets hot really fast and has a lot of energy. It still bothers me to see her pant because when my other dogs did it, they were in pain or distressed.
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Good article. I think I'm pretty good at recognizing the different types of panting in dogs. However, the last picture with the dalmatian I would have guessed that it was an anticipatory pant - maybe expecting a treat, rather than showing anxiety or fear. Just doesn't look like a fearful pant to me! Maybe I don't know as much as I thought.



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Good article. I think I'm pretty good at recognizing the different types of panting in dogs. However, the last picture with the dalmatian I would have guessed that it was an anticipatory pant - maybe expecting a treat, rather than showing anxiety or fear. Just doesn't look like a fearful pant to me! Maybe I don't know as much as I thought.
good for you Jackie, most vets wouldn't know this stuff. Lore is a vet behaviorist and a very knowledgeable resource for us at IAABC. When reading dogs you have to look at a number of things in context. These add up to the conclusion she draws. An anticipatory "treat" pant would involve more movement and relaxed mouth.

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Jackie here is more on this and it has an example of a treat anticipation "I am happy " panting. If you like studying dog body language check out Brenda Aloff What Your Panting Dog May Be Trying to Tell You - Daily Dog Discoveries
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Thanks for the link, Dave. There are lots of other links to interesting articles on the site too.



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