15 Useful Clues To Understand Your Dog Better

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Situation 7: The ears are flattened against the head.

if a sign of the dog is frightened Sometimes your pet has only one ear down and most of the time the left, this is how dogs react to strangers or people[they] are afraid if nothing dangerous happens around them, try to calm your dog by cutting him. look more closely at your pet’s face

Situation 8: Dogs yawn

it means that your dog is cranky and nervous puppies do it quite often when they are surrounded by a large unknown dog, but if your pet yawns after you it means that it is very attached to you too Probably, it is just late to sleep.

Situation 9: The dog licks his face

The dog does this when stressed or under pressure or in danger, and by doing so the dog can encourage potential aggressors to remain calm?

Situation 10: The dog exposes his teeth, but there is no growling.

it means that the dog protects its territory This is often done by eating without ever approaching an unknown dog or animal while it is eating because it may think that[you] are going to steal its food and finally pay attention to the dog’s[position].

Situation 11: The dog turns around and turns around.

Expose his belly
the dog shows you that you need to have confidence in yourself and that he wants to leave you when you rub your dog’s stomach after he turns around, that is, you show him that you are satisfied with his behaviour. Scrubbing dogs love it.

Situation 12: The dog puts his head on your lap

This means that the dog wants to attract attention and show that he needs you If your dog touches your hands with his nose You want you to caress him in some cases it means he feels a little lonely and wants to play for a while

Situation 13: The dog puts his paw on your lap

if the dog does it[for][the] very[plug] look tries to dominate in there? The trainer suggests looking the dog in the eye and taking off his paws, that’s how he’ll understand that you’re in charge.

Situation 14: The dog has a front leg up

Maybe he’s hungry or wants to play. Sometimes dogs do this when they don’t notice anything interesting, it’s typical of the hunting dog breed.

Situation 15: Dogs turn their backs

this action means that your four-legged friend trusts you and congratulates you. Become a true friend, Mr. Pet.

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