My rescue dog is still afraid of me. It’s been 2 months.

I work from home and she follows me around so even though it’s been two months, it’s been 2 months of constantly being there for her and she still shows fear. If I say ‘claps’ instead of ‘pat’ at any point, they mean the same thing. I think it’s just a Scottish word because people seem to get confused. The problem: My 8 month old rescue’s name is Rosa and she is a collie mix stray dog ​​who has gotten along great. She always asks to be petted, but when I pet her she still licks her lips a lot and looks around her awkwardly. Like she’s coming up to me and petting me to rub her chest, but she’s showing signs of stress when I do. The only weird time she doesn’t do this is when she drops down and makes me rub her belly, she never wants me to stop and I don’t see any sign of stress when she’s like this. I’ve tried rubbing her chest on the sides and behind her in case it’s a confrontation and I suspect that’s it, but does anyone know how to help her feel more comfortable? I would caress her – – Long ass There is no backstory Rosa is a Romanian street bitch. At around 6/7 months she ended up in a killing shelter for being a stray dog. She then flew to Scotland and was in foster care with 10 other dogs. She was very afraid of people and the world, but she felt very comfortable and socialized with the other dogs. Her sister was just as scared as she was, so she was relocated with me and my friendly and trusting Cavapoo Gavin. She during the week she hid all day except when she played outside with my Cavapoo Gav. They bonded very quickly and I helped my Cavapoo not be possessive of her. By the third week, she was sitting next to me a lot, but she would run if she moved quickly. Suddenly I wrestled her and put a harness on her and sat down and petted her. She was very uncomfortable, but after petting her and taking her for a walk, that was it, I won her over: she realized that she loves human contact and for the next month she became obsessed with belly rubs and petting in general. . She makes you feel so guilty for stopping you. The last month has been amazing, I’ve been playing rug with her and fetch (well she runs after the ball stupidly and then I go fetch it again lol) and she even plays with me pulling her mouth. She follows me everywhere and doesn’t like me closing doors if she’s near them and walking backwards when I walk past her lol she’s super cute but she can also see it’s because she’s still a little worried I’ll hurt her . It seems like I can’t do any wisdom training because she gets awkward quickly, but I’ve already trained her to love eye contact from her, which is a big change. I thought of her name with eye contact and her food, so that’s the closest thing to a memory I have so far hahaha. Well that’s all there is. Edit: The only thing I didn’t notice is that she usually sits next to me to be petted, she gets really attached to me when visitors come in. If the dog makes eye contact and they let her approach them after 30 minutes to an hour she ended up laying down to be petted after many back and forths of her. There have been a few times that visitors have been here for several hours and she clearly had enough of them here lol and had a good screaming session as she backed off. I noticed that she only does this if she is overwhelmed and tired. I only get a visitor once a week. I guess I want to speed up her getting comfortable because she’s having a blast playing all day. I just wish she could be completely happy. I also think she loves the agility of it, but I need her to feel a lot more comfortable for that. Thank you very much for trying to help if you do.

I work from home and she follows me around so even though it’s been two months, it’s been 2 months of constantly being there for her and she still shows fear. If I say ‘claps’ instead of ‘pat’ at any point, they mean the same thing. I think it’s just a Scottish word because people seem to get confused. The problem: My 8 month old rescue’s name is Rosa and she is a collie mix stray dog ​​who has gotten along great. She always asks to be petted, but when I pet her she still licks her lips a lot and looks around her awkwardly. Like she’s coming up to me and petting me to rub her chest, but she’s showing signs of stress when I do. The only weird time she doesn’t do this is when she drops down and makes me rub her belly, she never wants me to stop and I don’t see any sign of stress when she’s like this. I’ve tried rubbing her chest on the sides and behind her in case it’s a confrontation and I suspect that’s it, but does anyone know how to help her feel more comfortable? I would caress her – – Long ass There is no backstory Rosa is a Romanian street bitch. At around 6/7 months she ended up in a killing shelter for being a stray dog. She then flew to Scotland and was in foster care with 10 other dogs. She was very afraid of people and the world, but she felt very comfortable and socialized with the other dogs. Her sister was just as scared as she was, so she was relocated with me and my friendly and trusting Cavapoo Gavin. She during the week she hid all day except when she played outside with my Cavapoo Gav. They bonded very quickly and I helped my Cavapoo not be possessive of her. By the third week, she was sitting next to me a lot, but she would run if she moved quickly. Suddenly I wrestled her and put a harness on her and sat down and petted her. She was very uncomfortable, but after petting her and taking her for a walk, that was it, I won her over: she realized that she loves human contact and for the next month she became obsessed with belly rubs and petting in general. . She makes you feel so guilty for stopping you. The last month has been amazing, I’ve been playing rug with her and fetch (well she runs after the ball stupidly and then I go fetch it again lol) and she even plays with me pulling her mouth. She follows me everywhere and doesn’t like me closing doors if she’s near them and walking backwards when I walk past her lol she’s super cute but she can also see it’s because she’s still a little worried I’ll hurt her . It seems like I can’t do any wisdom training because she gets awkward quickly, but I’ve already trained her to love eye contact from her, which is a big change. I thought of her name with eye contact and her food, so that’s the closest thing to a memory I have so far hahaha. Well that’s all there is. Edit: The only thing I didn’t notice is that she usually sits next to me to be petted, she gets really attached to me when visitors come in. If the dog makes eye contact and they let her approach them after 30 minutes to an hour she ended up laying down to be petted after many back and forths of her. There have been a few times that visitors have been here for several hours and she clearly had enough of them here lol and had a good screaming session as she backed off. I noticed that she only does this if she is overwhelmed and tired. I only get a visitor once a week. I guess I want to speed up her getting comfortable because she’s having a blast playing all day. I just wish she could be completely happy. I also think she loves the agility of it, but I need her to feel a lot more comfortable for that. Thank you very much for trying to help if you do.

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