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Dog can speak to Us - Understand what they telling

“Dogs do speak, but only to those who know how to listen.” – Orhan Pamuk. This saying is indeed true as dogs do have their language in which they pass on their messages and communicate with humans. You must have noticed your dog wagging his tail, or acting strangely some times. Well, he might be trying to tell you something! Hearing these little signs will help you learn dog language and strengthen your bond with your furry pal. So, below are the top 5 ways dogs communicate with their human friend.



Wagging His Tail

Dogs wag their tail when they are happy. You will often find a calm and content dog wagging his tail and lying soundly. Here, a dog wagging his tail could mean two things. When a dog is gently wagging his tail, he is relaxed and happy. On the other hand, if you find your dog’s tail high, stiff, and wagging quickly, it indicates that he is angry. Thus, it’s vital to pay attention to the motion as well as the action.

Yawning or Licking His Lips

Generally, a dog licking his lips indicates that he is nervous or trying to ease the situation. When a dog senses that the situation is getting out of hand, he will lick his lips. In fact, during training, this is a common behavior. Your furry pal might not understand what you’re trying to convey this, he could start licking his lips.

Growling At Another Dog

This is a clear sign that your dog is angry at another dog or he’s feeling unsafe. Whenever you notice your dog growling, it is probably because he’s uncomfortable in his surroundings. Besides, your dog might be also trying to mark his territory by growling in front of strangers or other pets. Whenever such an incident happens, ensure you try to keep your furry buddy calm to avoid facing any mishaps.

Curled Up, Tail Tucked In

When your dog is sitting in a curled up position, with his tail tucked in between his legs, it shows he’s feeling anxious. In dogs, this means that dogs are trying to protect themselves by curling up. A dog goes into a submissive mode when sitting in such a position, as he feels anxious. In such situations, all you can do is approach your pooch with gentle coaxing so he becomes at ease and reciprocates. It’s vital to keep a check on your pooch so he doesn’t suffer alone.

Belly Up, Rolling Over

You can rest assured that your doggo is his happiest self when he sprawls across the floor, rolling over. Whatever you’re doing at that point, leave it and go and give your pooch a nice belly rub! This is his way of telling you that he wants you to rub his belly. And when a dog asks for affection with that adorable face, it’s very difficult to say no!

Observe actions

If your dog is scratching, itching, licking, or rubbing more than usual, then not ignore it might be a serious skin problem. If you notice any of these activities in your dog, then you should not ignore it, find out the cause of it and solutions ( product help your dogs such as Bravecto and many, which best suits to your pet) before it will become problematic

There are many more ways in which dogs try to communicate with their humans. The trick is, you’ve got to pay attention to those little gestures your Fido does to understand him better. As a pet parent, you certainly want to develop a strong bond with your furry buddy, and understanding his body language is the first step towards connecting with a pet.

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