Make sure your dog has the right companion
Make sure your dog has the opportunity to interact with the right companions to prevent them from becoming lonely or bored. If a dog does not have a companion and does nothing for a long time, it may be hurt. Never let your dog stay alone for too long and make them feel painful. Learn how to prevent separation-related behavior.
If your dog is friendly to other dogs, let them interact with them regularly. When you encounter an unfamiliar dog, find out what to do. Don't let your dog be left unattended with other animals or people who may intentionally or accidentally harm or intimidate them.
Many dogs either chase or fear animals they are not familiar with. If your dog is afraid or attacking other dogs, avoid situations that cause this behavior and seek advice from a veterinarian or clinical animal behavioralist.
If you have more than one dog, put them together if possible, but make sure they have enough space to leave each other if they wish. The introduction should be careful. The same applies if you have dogs and cats. See the product introduction below for more information.