You know it’s coming.
The moment when your dog’s nose goes right for a tree branch or leaves the grass.
Or a metal pole.
Or any other piece of metal or debris that your dog is likely to stumble into, especially if it’s something heavy.
And there’s a good chance the dog is actually being chased by a human, or at least has no idea it’s being chased.
But there’s one thing you can do to avoid that happening: Keep your dog out of the way.
And it’s not just about the branches.
The bottom line: If your dog can’t be separated from you, it won’t be a problem.
That’s because a dog’s sense of smell is very sensitive.
The way dogs sense that something is in the way is the same as a human’s sense, and it’s called proprioception.
That means that dogs can pick up on subtle cues, like a person’s presence or a car approaching.
“If you’ve got a dog who doesn’t have the ability to tell when something is coming, he can’t tell you it’s in the wrong place,” says Dr. Michael Toth, a professor of clinical psychology at the University of Chicago who specializes in animal behavior and cognition.
“In a sense, it’s like your own brain.
You have to be able to know when something’s coming, or else you wouldn’t be able keep your eyes on the ball.”
But if your dog has a really good sense of direction, he won’t even be able tell what direction it’s heading.
That way, if you need to pull him off a branch or something else, he’ll just know he’s in trouble.
“Your dog is like a computer.
You need to make sure that the computer can do the work,” Toth says.
For example, if your puppy is getting impatient, you may need to teach him to stop doing that, since he might think he’s about to be hit by a car.
And even if your pup can’t hear the noise, it doesn’t mean he’s not going to be in danger.
“It’s really hard to tell what’s coming,” Toths says.
“You don’t know where the danger is coming from.”
What you can control is how you train your dog, Toth suggests.
“The biggest thing I try to teach my dog is that when he sees something that’s out of place, he should run away from that object.
The dog is trained to run away, so if he does it, he’s going to get hurt.”
If you don’t want your dog to run, Toths suggests using a stick or a leash to distract your dog.
The same is true if you’re going to take him out of a building, where a lot of kids play and it can be difficult to separate him from other kids.
“Some dogs are very good at separating themselves,” Tith says.
That could mean your dog will be fine playing in the yard or even on the playground.
But in a home where your dog might be spending most of its time, Tith recommends using a big wooden crate or the crate pad on a dog leash.
If you’re worried about running him through the house or getting into trouble, you can even add a big window or a gate to prevent the dog from getting in.
You can even teach your dog how to open a door, so he’ll know when to stop and wait.
“He’s not the only one that needs to be trained,” Tumb says.
But for dogs that are more likely to run when they see something that looks dangerous, there’s another way to help.
“This is probably the most important thing for them to do: You should not let them run at all.
They will run away if you let them, and they will run in the other direction,” Tuth says.
So if you want your pup to be more cautious, keep him out.
“Keep him as far away as possible,” Tth says.
And if you don´t want to have your dog run at your house, Tumb recommends keeping him with other dogs or a group of other dogs.
You don’t need to give him a lot more than a leash, but if you have more than two or three dogs, you should probably make sure your dog isn’t alone with your family members.
“That is really, really important,” Teth says.
It may seem like the simple things can make a big difference, but it’s hard to overstate the importance of being safe.
If your pup is going to run in a dangerous situation, he needs to know how to avoid it.