Doggy body language

Ever wonder what we mean by our whimpers, tail wags and teeth? Here’s a great article from that explains it all!

Understanding Your Dog’s Verbal Cues and Body Language

Have you ever wondered why your dog makes those strange muttering sounds at the dinner table? Or why he lays his ears back when confronted with a stranger? Dogs speak to us, but in a different language. Unfortunately, there’s no Rosetta Stone DVD to help us learn “dog talk.” So, instead, we must analyze it ourselves, keeping it in context, avoiding asserting our own interpretations, and remembering that dogs were once wild animals.

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2 thoughts on “Doggy body language”

  1. I do understand some body language of my pet. I didn’t know that I have this inner talent to understand what they trying to imply. Maybe its because I’m always fascinated with dogs.

  2. I think every dong have its own body language, I have had many dogs in my life and actually the last 3 are in 3 different continents and they were acting in completely different way from each other.

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