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August 1, 2014

Americans tend to use a lot of eye contact when interacting with each other.  Looking someone in the eye is seen as a show of confidence.  We make eye contact to demonstrate we are paying attention, we are interested in what the person is saying, or we care about them.  However, if looking turns into staring it can become an uncomfortable situation.

People tend to stare at dogs a lot.  It may be totally innocent on the part of the human, but it can cause great concern for the dog.  For...

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Valerie writes a series of columns for The Chatham County Line paper. Each article will appear in the physical paper, here on our website, and on the Chatham County Line website..

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