How To Read Your Dog’s Body Language
Blog / 08/16/2015

How To Read Your Dog’s Body Language   Ever wondered what your dog is doing when they are interacting with another dog? Do you sometimes feel like you’re watching something in a foreign language as your dog communicates with another dog? Sometimes it can be really frustrating not knowing whether to step in and stop your dog or let the activity go on. You’d be amazed how many people misread their dog’s behavior and yet it’s actually pretty easy – when you know how! Knowing whether your dog is happy playing or feeling distressed can make all the difference to how they socialize with other dogs. There are actually so many tell-tale signs. All you need to know is what they are and then it’s like watching a movie in English rather than a foreign language. Of course dogs can read each other without any effort, it comes naturally to them, however for us humans it doesn’t. We have to learn the different body language signals that they use. Here are some of the key gestures that you can watch out for to understand what your dog is thinking. The Head Over: placing their head over the back of another…