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It's worth noting that areas with good blood supply, like muscles, recover faster than areas with poor blood supply. That includes bones and ligaments. Even when the dog seems to be ready for the next session and doesn't appear tired, it may well be that the poor blood supply areas have not fully recovered yet. This should be considered when planning more intense training sessions and rather keep a longer rest between the intensive training if not sure.
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So we treat them as fatigue signals and lower the exercise level when we see these signs. Here's a list of more common stress signals that may, among other things, indicate fatigue. These are very individual and it comes down to observing your dog and knowing what is normal and what isn't :) - fidgeting/paw shuffling - changing the body position frequently - hard mouth when taking the treat - fixating on treat hands - lowering the tail (dogs who have high tail carriage) - spine dipped/roached - shaking, lip licks, whale eyes - a split second of doubt before engaging in the exercise - walking away from the exercise - staying with you but not doing the exercise - going sniffing - inability to focus - refusing food - going to play with the toy alone - getting overaroused when playing with the toy - vocalizing


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