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  • Understanding a dog's body language is essential for building a strong and trustworthy relationship with your four-legged friend.

  • This is really important because dogs are a source of limitless positivity.

  • Do you know what your pet is trying to tell you in different situations?

  • Our video will help you understand your pet or any other dog. Don't forget to hit that thumbs up button and share the video with a mate who has recently got a puppy. Let's get started.

  • Here are 16 useful clues for you to understand your dog better.

  • First the dog's tail

  • [Situation #1] the dog wags his lowered tail. If the dog wags his tail slowly, this means he doesn't understand

  • what's going on. The dog is asking you what you want him to do. So, help him navigate the situation

  • When the dog's tail is wagging rapidly, this means he admits that you are in charge

  • [Situation #2] The tail is raised and tremors slightly. This means your dog is issuing a challenge to your authority

  • because he considers himself to be in charge of the situation. In this case, your dog sees himself brave and strong.

  • He is in a good mood and trying to say "I'm proud of myself. I'm feeling great!"

  • [Situation #3] The tail is tucked between the legs. The tucked tail is a sign that the dog is scared, afraid of pain,

  • or feels uncomfortable. Most often the dog tucks his tail between his legs when he is really afraid of something or someone.

  • However, if there are no obvious reasons for concern and your pet tucks his tail quite often, you should take him to a vet.

  • Pay attention to the dog's eyes.

  • {Situation number four} the eyes are wide open and alert this is how your pet tries to get your attention this means?

  • He's challenging you also your dog expects you to respond firmly keep in mind that when you approach an unfamiliar dogs

  • it's better to avoid looking directly into his eyes for dogs staring at the eyes means aggression

  • Here is another situation

  • Dogs twins and blinks this means he's ready to play it's time [to] throw him his favorite ball or taken for a walk

  • If your dog squints a lot his eyes might be in pain. In this case It's better to take him to a vet

  • [dog's] Peers might also tell you something important about your pets move

  • Situation number [6] the Ears are standing straight up

  • [we're] inclined forward the dog is showing you that he's curious and reacting to some new event in his environment

  • This means your dog is paying close attention to everything happening around

  • Situation number 7 the Ears are flattened against the head if a sign of the dog is scared

  • Sometimes your pet may have only one ear down and most of the times the left one this is how dogs react to unfamiliar people

  • Or people [they] are afraid of if nothing dangerous happens around try to calm down your dog by cutting [it] in

  • [addition] take a closer look at your pets face

  • Situation number [8] the dogs yawn this means your dog is grumpy and nervous puppies do this quite often when they're surrounded by big

  • Unfamiliar dog but if your pet yawns after you this means he's very attached to you also

  • Probably, it's just late in time to sleep

  • situation number 9 the dog licks his face

  • The dog does this when he's stressed or feeling pressure or danger also by this gesture the dog might encourage potential aggressors to remain calm?

  • Situation [number] 10 the dog exposes his teeth, but there is no snarling this means the dog is protecting his territory

  • That's often do this while eating never come closer to an unfamiliar dog actually

  • to any animal while they're eating because they might think [you're] going to steal their food and

  • Finally pay attention to the Dog's [stance]

  • situation number 11 the dog Rolls over and

  • Exposes his belly the dog is showing you that to trust you and wants to leave you when you rub [your] dog's belly after he

  • Rolls over he means you show him you're pleased with his behavior. [keep] rubbing dogs love this

  • Situation number 12 dog puts his head on your knee this means the dog wants to get attention and show that he needs you

  • If your dog touches your hands with his nose

  • You want you to pet him in some cases this means he feels a bit lonely and wants to play for a while

  • situation number

  • 13 the dog puts his paw on your knee if the dog does it [for] [the] very [plug] look is trying to dominate in this?

  • Situation trainer suggests looking into the dog's eyes and removing the paws that's how he will understand that you are in [charge]

  • Situation number 14 dog has one front paw raised this stance means your pet wants to ask you something

  • Maybe he's hungry or wants to play

  • Sometimes dogs do this when they notice nothing interesting it's typical for hunting dog breed

  • Situation number 15 the dogs turns [its] back this action means that your four-legged friend trusts you a lot

  • Congratulations. [you] become a real friend, Mr.. Pet

  • Situation number 16 the dog shaped dogs may shake like they shake off water after a bath as a way of relieving tension

  • Probably your dog was in stress, or met an unpleasant person, or dog

  • We hope now you understand your lovely [pets] much better

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Understanding a dog's body language is essential for building a strong and trustworthy relationship with your four-legged friend.


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あなたの犬をよりよく理解するための16の有用な手がかり (16 Useful Clues To Understand Your Dog Better)

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