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Dogs don’t see the world the way we see it. In this case, they rely on their body language to communicate. Read on to see how they express their feelings and emotions through behavior and behavior! Some of them will shock you.
This is what your dog means.

On hind legs

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When a dog is standing on its hind legs, there are several possible meanings. Very likely to show love. Just like humans, they sometimes want to hug. However, when they surround other dogs, it may show playfulness. As long as they are :not showing aggressiveness or growth, they may only be playing games.

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Puppies also like to chew on various objects when teething. But when they are no longer puppies, it may mean something else. However, this does not mean that they are bad dogs. They may not get the physical exercise they need. An excellent way to solve this problem is to take them out for a walk. If your dog starts chewing on furniture, it’s time to give them exercise.

How do they bark

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There are several reasons for dog barking. If the sound is loud and frequent, it may be urgent. Maybe they feel dangerous and want to let you know. At the same time, the shorter and shorter bark means they want to play. Loud barking may also mean they are in pain. Please be careful to figure it out!

Bring your toys

Bring your toys

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Don’t think that dogs want to play just because they have toys in their mouths. One theory is that they want to please you in this way. They believe you are Alpha and want your respect. Another view is that this is their way of showing that they trust you. He depends on you very much and brings you such precious wealth. Of course, this may also mean that he loves you so much that he wants you to enjoy his treasured possessions. If you lose the ball afterward, it may hurt his feeling!

Like a caterpillar

Like a caterpillar


Don’t you like it when your dog swings well, kicks up, and swings on its back? We cannot think of an image that makes us happier. Sometimes the dog scratches it, but it may just want to get your attention. Take time to bathe them with love!

When the dog yawns

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When people feel bored or tired, they tend to yawn. However, dogs only do this when they feel safe and secure. For them, this is a sign of submission. If you see dogs yawning 15 times, it means they are relaxed. However, this can also be a sign of stress or expectations. When the dog is in the vet’s office, many yawns may reflect their nervousness. When they do this before taking a walk, it may also be a way to control their enthusiasm. Like humans, they do this to show how tired they are.

Before you go

Before you go

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We bet that when you leave your job, you are also guilty of bringing your pet home. Some people even spend money on dog daycare to make themselves feel better! When your dog shows that sad face, you will understand why this is so. Sometimes they will wear a calm look, but there is no need to worry. Your dog knows that you will be back soon! That face is a sign of trust, not sadness.

Move back and forth

Move back and forth

Your dog may pace because it feels nervous, excited, or bored. They like to walk around the room for the same reason as us! When they go round, they may want to play with you. This is the way dogs chase each other when they meet. Yes, this is a sign of playfulness!

Sniff

sniff

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The nose is useful for certain things. Humans have 5 million olfactory receptors, but there are 220 million! Their smell is at least a thousand times better than ours. When they sniff around, they are perceiving danger or are tracking prey. When they do, they will remain quiet and silent. Dogs will smell the differences between individual dogs or people. Yes, they can even distinguish identical twins!

Tongue pop

Tongue pop

When dogs think they have done something wrong, they may stick out their tongues and flip up to apologize. They feel inward and apologize. This may also be their way of posing innocent faces. After all, who can resist such a cute face? Expect this look when they pee on the floor!

Like yoga


Unlike us, dogs not only stretch when they wake up. They do this for the muscles. It can also symbolize love and emotion. When you go home and find your dog is stretching, don’t think they just woke up. No, this is a way to show you that they are happy to meet you!

Point out their nose

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Have you ever seen a dog freeze and nudge its nose somewhere? They may also raise their front paws. This is common in hunting dog breeds, but almost every dog ​​also does it. Dr. Ellen Vindell said: “Dogs are just dogs. There are certain behaviors that any dog ​​can do… You will see a sporty dog ​​hovering like a sheepdog, and You will see some pointing sheepdogs.”

Behaving unwell

Behaving unwell


In addition to expressing their comfort level, yawning can also represent other meanings. If the dog yawns in public, they may be exhausted and want to take a nap. Yes, this can also mean anxiety and discomfort. When you find that your dog often does this in a strange place, be sure to pay attention to this behavior.

Tilt head

Tilt head

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When talking to dogs, people tend to speak with a higher pitch. When you do this, the dog may tilt its head as if trying to understand what you are saying. Dogs are good at reading and responding to the human voice and body language. They have everything from condemnation to instructions. They can recognize certain words, so maybe they are waiting for words related to walking and entertaining! There is a theory that they move their heads like this to adjust their outer ears to understand hearing better.

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