This is the proper way to introduce dogs. Make sure the handler is confident and capable and then do a hand off (do not let them get in each others butts or ESPECIALLY each others faces!) and then take a STRUCTURED walk. This way each dog gets to “meet” the other one without confrontation – they are definitely smelling and hearing each other and are very aware of each other.
If you go on a really long STRUCTURED walk then chances are (with most dogs), they won’t even try to sniff butts when taken out of a structured heel or let off leash – they have already met!
This is such a great way to avoid explosive greetings that both of these dogs usually do if left face to face on tight leashes.
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