Learn The Dog Tail Lingo For Safety

Tail wagging is part of dog language for both adult dogs and dog. It is a complex system of sign language, some vocalization, and even scent cues. Many of these signals define and reinforce your dog's social position within the family group. A relaxed dog's tail curves down and back up in a gentle U shape. A high-held stiff tail signals an imminent attack. A tail wagging tail is the canine equivalent of hiding the face because it covers the genitalia. Northern breeds such as Alaskan Malamutes with curl tails automatically "signal dominance" :max_bytes(150000):strip_icc()/Dogonattack-GettyImages-893839430-5c3baf8a46e0fb00018f1fc0. Learning the Dog Tail Lingo for Safety . Your dog very clearly tells you that it wants petting, or fears you.

Akita Inu dog standing with a high stiff tail.

When humans don't understand or don't listen, problems occur. Always remember that it is better to be safe than sorry. . . .

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