Ways To Tell When Your Dog Wants To Play Or Not

When it comes to communicating with each other dogs have always used their bodies. This doesn’t just involve body posture or facial expressions, but noise and scent as well.

Our dogs use not only their eyes and mouth to express emotions but also their tails and ears. By learning how to interpret your dog’s body language you are better able to interpret what their intentions are.

In this article we are going to take a look at some of the signs that will help you to better deal with any situations you may face when out with your dog.

Signs Of Aggression Or Submission

When a dog is feeling aggressive or brave they will try to make themselves look bigger by standing tall. Their ears and tail will be sticking upright. Plus they will push out their chest and the hair on their neck and back will become raised. They may also growl and wave their tail slowly.

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