Understand the language
The dog has a relatively complex communication repertory composed of auditive, visual and chemical signals. These signs looks like those of human sometimes but have very an other significance. They are very rustic comparatively with us and observable over the present. The dog can not think past or the future like us. It does not have any concept of this language. In its head it is ACTION-REACTION. It is important to recognize these signs which can put us in a bad position face to the group. Here are the principal definitions:
The tail placed high, the slightly elevated nose, the ragrad fixes, often plunged in the glance of its adversary. Sometimes quivering lips and the hair of the backbone raised well.
Tender move of the tail to the bottom, ears stuck to the head, bearing of the body on the ground, nervous affection, creeping until dominating
The combat is useful mainly to defend the territory. Indeed, the dog is very territorial. Dominating its environment, its pack defends savagely. The combat finishes as soon as one of the two dogs gains the dominant place and it is very rare that another combat occurs between the two same individuals.
As opposed to what one can think, the barking was increased by artificial selection. The man with, therefore, created this problem itself. As of 4 to 6 weeks, the pup starts to communicate vocally with the others of the range. Its repertory goes from the growl to the excessive barking.