I'm running into a problem with Argon. He has no skills what so ever when it comes to interacting with other dogs. Which was fine at first, as he had not interest in doing so. Now he does, and it's rather painful to watch. He attends daycare 5 days a week, the same daycare I work at, so I can observe him all day long. When he sees a group playing, he will run up to the edge of the group and stand there, tail wagging. He will watch them play for a few minutes, then try to jump in. The only problem is, he is far too rough and generally doesn't get what is happening. At other times, he will try and "flirt" with a single dog and entice them to play with him. He will walk up to them and play bow, or twist around and wave a paw at them. But when the other dog tries to play back, he's too rough again. He keeps trying. It's not all dogs he is interested in, or even the same dogs from day to day, so it's hard to predict who he might want to play with so setting up a time with just him and one other dog probably won't work. The other dogs don't actively avoid him, but they mostly ignore him. How can I help him? As a human, I know I can not teach canine social skills, but I hate to see him flounder like he is. I want him to know how to play nicely, but it seems like he needs help.