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Clues To Determine What Your Dog Is Thinking

Have you ever wondered about what your dog is thinking? Many dog owners have thought about this. Dogs are very intelligent animals. These animals have been around longer than humans. They feel pain, joy and anxiety when their human friend leaves them. They also exhibit emotions such as anger, excitement, contentment and love. These animals are also very loyal to their human counterparts.


There are a number clues to determine what your dog is thinking. Some of these clues are quit obvious and usually involve your fury friends need for attention and food. Of course dogs cannot talk to help you understand what they are thinking. But dogs use body language to convey what they have on their mind.


One method a dog uses to help their human friend to understand what is on their mind is way they wag and position their tail. If your dog’s tail is down this be a sign that he or she is unhappy. Dogs also wag their tails when they are happy and excited. How a dog wags his tail could also be sign of aggression. If your dog is holding his tail in a high position and wagging ir it could be a sign of aggression. So be aware if a dog is wagging his tail in this method it could mean you could get bitten.


The motion at which your dog wags its tail can mean a number of different emotions and what is on their mind. Wagging of their tail doesn’t always mean they are happy. They way they are holding their tail be a form of aggression.


Wagging of the tail could just mean they are excited and curious about something. The faster they wag their tail the more excited they are. The speed at which your dog wags his or hers tail can range from very slow to extremely rapid. If their tail is positioned straight up, it means they are very curious about something and are ready to confront whatever has caught their attention.


Another clue to understanding about what is on your dog might be thinking is to observe the position of their ears. If the ears are pointed straight up they are focused on something. They are very curious about something in the area. This could be caused by another dog in the vicinity or the possibility of human contact. If their ears are in a flat position this indicates they are very content, especially if they are being cuddled.


Learning how to determine what is on your fury friends mind will take some patience, Doing some research on this matter will also be very helpful.


Best Regards


Source: Internet




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