Dogs Wag Their Tails To Communicate With Humans And Other Animals

Dogs wag their tails to communicate with humans and other animals. A wagging tail is a form of dog communication. It is important to pay attention to how the dog is holding its tail when it's wagging it. The way a dog holds its tail can give you a clue. If a dog is wagging its tail and the rest of its body seems relaxed or is moving along with the wagging, you are probably dealing with a happy, comfortable dog. Happy tail wagging is usually accompanied by a happy facial expression. The dog was excited because the tail wagged with other happy signals. Dogs had different emotional responses depending on whether another dog's tail was wagging to the left or right. Dogs watching another dog with a left tail wag exhibited signs of nervousness, stress or anxiety. . . .

Tags: Dogs/ Animals/ Dog Behaviour Training/ Animals And Animals/

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