If you are an animal lover and have a pet dog at your home.
Then it is your duty to feel what your dog wants. It is must to understand that what your dog is trying to say. You should know that they also try to say something which they express with their different body languages.
They also use vocal expressions and signals but mainly their feelings are understood through body language. Specially if you notice their facial expression and body postures you will get an idea about their saying. Actually this will help you a lot to get an idea about your dog.
So let’s look into various body postures and their meaning. While researching on this topic we will found moderndogmagazine.com written about Dog body language basic. Just the moment we have found this amazing tutorial we decided to rewrite it and bring it on our blog.
Read your Dog’s Body language:
1. Dominant Aggressive: Here it seems that your dog is very confident and dominant. Here this means that he is showing slight aggressiveness and if he is challenged he will act ferociously.
2. Fearful and Aggressive: The dog is quiet frightened and may attack if touched. He will generally show this posture when he is facing the individual who is threatening him.
3. Fearful and worried: The dog is fearful here and showing the signs of extreme fear. The signs are often noticed when the face the individual potentially threatening in order to avoid any other challenges.
4. Extreme Fear: This poster denotes that the dog is fully worried and surrendering in front of any individual. He is trying to save himself from physical attack. This extreme submission is only seen when there is no other way for the dog to take.
5. Stressed: Here it is being understood that the dog is suffering from any type of stress. These signals are seen when a dog faces social and environmental stress.
6. Alertness: This is a very common body posture of a dog. They show this indication very often and the most important thing is that here he is showing immense interest or trying to know something unknown. That he is expressing high alertness.
7. Playfulness: This posture express that the dog is in a mood of playing. It may be accompanied with loud continuous barking and playful attacks. He is inviting to play with him.
8. Relaxed and Approachable: Here we can understand by the body posture that the dog is relaxed. They are now not threatened by any activity and usually approachable.