Understanding Your Dog’s Body Language And Sounds

Understanding Your Dog’s Body Language And Sounds

What your dog is trying to tell you, sometimes is not what you understand.

Words can be important for human communication, but dogs and animals, in general, transmit emotions through body language and sounds. Although your dog may seem to understand your words, especially if you train your dog at simple commands such as sit, stay in the heel…, you must also learn to understand and translate canine body language.

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The Sounds

If your dog starts talking to you one day, take out your phone and take a video, then politely switch to celebrity status. Also, expect subtle verbal cues to decode the body language of dogs. Dogs communicate with their physical presence, however, you can rely on certain tones to interpret what they think or feel.

Panting

If your dog is calm, he may pant slowly. In fact, it may be so imperceptible that you could classify it as light breathing. Dogs pant slightly when they are happy or energetic. If you ask your puppy to take a walk with you, his breathing will become slightly heavier. Dogs also stunned when they are more nervous.

Heavy panting, is one thing to pay close attention. This is a sign that something is wrong with your dog. Also, dogs will pant when they overheat or if they suffer from a trauma or a chronic illness, indeed it is as an integrated alarm.

When you notice that your dog is panting, let him rest and try to keep him cool. If the panting persists for a long time, call your veterinarian to schedule a checkup to make sure there is no health problem.

Whining

Whining is a vocalization that is difficult to identify or understand. Vetstreet explains that Whining can be a way for a dog to “ask” something, such as attention or dinner. A dog can be excited or feel energetic. Other dogs moan in response to stress. An injured or sick dog may moan to express his discomfort. Like many other dog body language signals, it is important to look for other indicators to identify why your dog may complain.

With the time you spend with your dog, you will slowly begin to understand its different types of moans. Combined with bodily signs, some dogs will whine about trying to get your attention because you are not focused on them. Other dogs may whine and go sit near the back door to let you know they need to relieve themselves. The groans tend to have a negative connotation, but in this case, her moans are acceptable and can even be considered cute. However, if your dog whines about not getting an idea of ​​his attitude or need to go outside, there may be a health problem that you will need to pay attention to. Because dogs can not tell you what’s wrong, it’s best to bring them to the vet and have them checked just to be safe.

Barking

Barking is a bit like shouting for humans. Your dog tries to express himself, and the only way he can express his feelings is by barking. Barking dogs come in different heights, and while some may be more threatening than others, it is still important to pay attention to barking dogs.

A continuous fast bark is often an alert. Your dog may have noticed a person on his territory, like a postman and he also wants to inform his roommates (and other dogs in the neighborhood). Deep, loud barking is often a warning to strangers: “Do not come near, I do not trust you.” Follow his advice and proceed carefully. Finally, a bark of yapping often comes from a wounded dog. If you meet a dog that is barking, call for help. He may need urgent care, but be careful, an injured dog may also be cautious, and therefore, not seeing your problem as an attempt to help but rather as a danger signal.

Howling is like a bark that dogs draw from their ancestral wolf roots. This is a higher note intended to announce their presence and to communicate with other dogs in the area. Although it can be noisy and annoying, it’s just a form of communication for your dog.

Singing

Dogs can vocalize their barking in an almost singing way. This is usually done when they are happy. It is not uncommon to find dogs that like to sing while you play the piano, guitar .. To tell you how happy they are when you come home or let you know they like to play with you. This form of vocalization is a way for dogs to let you know they are in a good mood.

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