Have You Found Certain Expressions On Your Dog's Face Which You Find It Hard To Understand.. Here are 10 of the most common dog behaviors explained in human terms and we will be provoding more in the weeks to come
Puppy dog eyes
One of the most adorable things your dog does is give you those big puppy dog eyes. Though most people melt and reward this cuteness with a treat, this is your dog’s way of saying he loves and trusts you. <3 <3 <3
Awaiting your approval
If you find Your Little Doggy looking at you before he is about to do something, this means he respects and desires your opinion. He understands you are in charge and does not like to upset you.
Squinting or blinking of the eyes
This means your pet wants attention and is ready to spend quality time with you. If you notice this behavior, ask yourself. Have you been too busy to show her some care & attention today? If so, It's time to do so. It’s good for you both!
You will notice even low maintenance dogs too call for your attention. Here again, intense staring is not her way of being creepy. She just wants your affection.
Tongue out studying you
When a dog does this, it’s a sign they are relaxed, happy and mellow. This is usually their expression after getting the attention they crave!
Intense Eye Contact
Who doesn’t want to be the focus of a loved one’s attention? If you have a dog and he is making intense eye contact with you, he is focused on you and you alone. He is very alert to your expressions and what you want from him.
Open mouth with relaxed tail but high ears
If you catch your dog like this, it means she is neutral, relaxed and secure in her surroundings. If you are wondering when the best time to approach a strange dog is, it is when they are doing these things.
Straight pointed tail and forward ears
In this situation, your best friend is curious about something within his environment. Maybe he hears a new noise or smells something interesting. Either way, he is ready to play detective.
Loose floppy tongue
If her tongue is hanging out, she is feeling chill. This is a sign nothing is wrong in her world and everything is O.K.
Baring teeth, ears back and snarling
It's Time To Step Back This one is obvious; however, it never hurts to remind people what an angry, aggressive dog looks like. If you encounter this, your dog is feeling threatened and giving warning to the enemy. Do not approach a dog in this state. Even if he is angry at something else, you run the risk of being bitten.