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Dogs are natural born hunters. It’s how the pack survives: by tracking and then attacking prey. But just because your dog is sniffing around, it doesn’t mean that she’s on the hunt.

Of course, the way to tell the difference is entirely in body language and energy. Do you think you can spot the difference between tracking prey and just exploring territory? Give it a try, then watch below as Cesar shows you how you can tell if your dog has gone into predator mode.

Learn more about canine instincts with Cesar’s DVD “The Language of Dogs.”

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