What's he thinking about?
Here are some pointers on reading "doggie language.” It's not hard. We as the human part of their pack only need to pay attention to their body language and the signals they’re giving us—the rest is easy.
Between the legs signals the dog's fear and apprehension. Or they know they did something wrong and you’ve scolded them.
If the hindquarters are also wagging, your dog may be feeling submissive.
If he or she is barking low and more gruffly, it's a warning, like to an intruder or stranger.
A dog who's voicing a greeting will have a clearer, more bell-like tone to his or her bark. We all know this happy bark.
Ears and face
The more you pay attention to your dog's cues, the more he or she can share with you. It's not rocket science. We owe this to our canine family members. Enrich the bond between you and "man's or woman's best friend" –your dog!
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