Dogs are more likely to bite if they are sick or in pain. Try to expose dogs to new situations slowly and for short periods of time, arrange for low-stress interactions, and give plenty of praise and rewards for good behavior. Devote your time to interact with your dog through positive training techniques. Go outside with your dog on a leash training and allow your dog to socialize. Slowly arrange play dates with other dogs and people. Slowly increase the amount of time. This will help them get used to being with other dogs. Be very careful about approaching other people's pets.
Always ask permission from the owner before approaching a dog, and look for signs that the dog wants to interact with your dog. Respect the dog that wants to be left alone.
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