Understanding Your Dogs Behavior Can Help You Communicate Better With Him

Understanding Your Dogs Behavior Can Help You Communicate Better With Him


Better communication with you dog often involves understanding his behavior. This includes why your dog barks and how he wags his tail. These are two of the most often used methods your dog is using to convey a message to you other near-by human beings. These could indicate the need for affection or play. How your dog barks or wags his tail could also indicate feelings of fear or aggression within your fury friends mind.


Understanding Your Dogs Behavior Can Help You Communicate Better With Him
Understanding Your Dogs Behavior Can Help You Communicate Better With Him

Barking

Barking is a natural response to various situations. The type of bark your fury friend is projecting can indicate many things. When your dog barks it could often mean he is trying to get or attention. This could mean he is seeking affection or anticipating the start of play. His barking could also mean he senses a person about to enter his personal place. This could mean he is making you aware that someone is entering your personal place. Dogs will often bark when another dog is nearby. Certain barking patterns should be allowed if they are normal for your fury friends needs. However excessive barking should be discouraged.

Dog wags his tail

When you dog wags his tail he could be trying to convey various types of messages. These messages could include a state of play or contentment. They way you dog wags his tail could also indicate fear or potential aggression. Feelings of fear or aggression within your dogs mind generally is brought on by something or someone in the vicinity that has triggered this response.

There are other indicators with regards to how your dog is trying to convey a message to you. This could involve how your dog is looking at you and various body positions he is making. Your dog might roll over in an attempt to get you to scratch him. He could also be standing on his hind legs with his front legs in the air seeking to get his chest scratched. Your dog could also look very intently at you with his or hers ears standing up, because he is begging for food. They might even tilt their head and sit on their hind legs with their front legs standing straight. Of course these gestures could also indicate that your dog is seeking to go outside.

It is interesting to note that dogs you spend more time around a larger group of people with learn a greater number of ways to communicate. Some research shows to mean they are becoming smarter and could be helpful in making to behave in a more appropriate manner.


Understanding Your Dogs Behavior Can Help You Communicate Better With Him

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