Paw-some Clues To Help You Read Your Dog’s Body Language!

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How can you tell if your dog is in pain, scared or ready to pounce? How do you know how they feel? can you tell if your dog feels brave and strong? Or when he’s cowering and afraid of confrontations?

As a dog owner, I’ve learned over the years that every movement of a dog’s tail can mean something. I’ve tried to learn everything I can to make sure I get to understand what signals my dog is giving me. It is vital to be able to know what they are telling us to make sure we build a strong relationship with our furry buddies.

I recently came across a video that I found to be very useful for all dog owners and lovers out there. Here the things I’ve learned from it. For every wag of the tail, movement of the eyes and ears, the face your dog makes and his stance, there is something your dog is trying to tell you.

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The Dog’s Tail

  • When the dog wags its lowered tail in a slow manner, it means the dog is confused and is asking you what you want him or her to do. The dog does not understand the things happening around him or her, that’s why it is asking you what is going on.
  • When the dog wags its lowered tail in a rapid manner, this only means he sees you as his master, the one in charge and that you must be obeyed.
  • When dog’s tail is raised and is slightly quivering or trembling, it means he or she thinks he is in charge of the situation. Your dog thinks of him or herself as strong and brave and is trying to challenge you on your authority. He is in a good mood, feels great and feels proud of himself.
  • When the dog togs his tail in between his legs, the dog is either, scared, is really afraid of something or someone, or feels uncomfortable. However, if you notice that your dog tucks his tail quite often, it best to take him to the vet.

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