A dog with less nerve may have more lasting effects, and you reaction will have more impact. A pup with good nerve will get over it before you do.
The best thing to do, after it is all over, is, nothing. Check the dog out to make sure it isn't injured, but do not praise or soothe the dog verbally, and try not to react to the other dog or owner, so that your pup gets a lot of negative vibes from you.
Pups are tough and they can take a lot, and bounce back readily from most things.
Jenna, RN CGC & Babs, CD RA CGC HIC
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