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How To Understand A Dog'S Language

Olumorokun Isreal
17 Jul, 2016 In Nature1 Comments , leave one
How To Understand A DogS Language
LEARN HOW A DOG SPEAKS

1. Learn what your dog means when their tail is tentatively wagging at a minimal speed. It mean the dog is relaxed, but alert. He's waiting in anticipation of something happening. He expects something to happen (for example, a walk).

2.Learn what your dog means when their tail is wagging slowly and lowered. It means the dog is telling you that he doesn't understand your command, and is asking you what he wants himself to do.

3.Learn what your dog means when their tail tremors slightly, and held vertically erect. It means that he's issuing a quiet challenge to your authority, since he feels that he is the dominant dog.

4.Learn what your dog means when their tail is wagging rapidly and is being held very low. It means the dog is acknowledging to you that you are in charge. he is prepared to listen to you.

5.Learn what your dog means when their tail is slightly below vertical and still. It means that he's projecting a high degree of alertness.

6.Learn what your dog means when their tail is parallel to the ground and rigid. It means the dog has accepted your challenge.

7.Learn what your dog means when their tail is vertical or almost vertical. It means he's letting others know that he is the leader of the pack. It's only a "gesture of a very confident canine."

8.Learn what your dog means when their tail is loose but is held a bit lower than parallel to the ground. It means he's relaxed who's content with the way things go.

9.Learn what your dog means when their tail is low and swaying. It means the dog is uncertain or just has the "blahs". Play with the dog, or do something out of the ordinary, for a little while.

10.Learn what your dog means when their tail is tucked between their legs. It means the dog is critically in fear of something painful happening.

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