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Learn How To Understand What Your Dog Is Trying To Say (Video)

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(N.Morgan) Dogs are such amazing and expressive animals.They fill our lives with joy and can even be a healing factor in chronic illness or disease. How well do you know your dog? Can you read their expressions and know what they want? I think most dog owners would say, yes, however, we may be misunderstanding what our precious pets are trying to tell us.

While you may think that look on your dog’s face is a smile or that behavior is adorable, we often don’t read dog behaviors very accurately and as a result, we may be jeopardizing our dog’s happiness and perhaps even our safety if we’re not careful.

For us to completely understand what our dog is trying to say, closely watch their body language and listen to the noises they make. What you may interpret as a happy dog wagging his tail could actually be a sign of nervousness, apprehension, and could even be aggression.

Here’s some tips on how to read your dog’s behavior and body language:

The video below also gives some excellent tips on how to read your dog’s body language and interpret what they are trying to tell you.

Dog Body Language – What Your Dog Is Desperately Trying To Tell You

( My super beagle, Sasha)

 

References:

http://www.sainsburysbank.co.uk/money-matters/dog-behaviours-explained.shtml

http://video.beforeitsnews.com/dog-body-language-what-your-dog-is-desperately-trying-to-tell-you_f67d86842.html

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCM4owl0Ugnc2Vi1XdIpyejg

www.thefamilydog.com

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    • Leroy Winston

      Very interesting article, but I am a bit confused by it.

      In my culture we like to eat dogs; it has long been a tradition to make a dog as angry as possible before slaughtering it, as this makes it taste even more delicious.

      Always buy fresh dog! Never buy a slaughtered dog! You just have no idea how angry it was before it was killed. There are lots of factory farms out there, and of course they claim their dogs were soundly tormented just before death, but there’s no way of knowing for sure.

      The best way is to buy a live dog and then start of by lightly irritating it: pulling it’s tail, jabbing it with a stick, and honking a horn in its face etc. Then crank up the pressure a bit: call it hurtful names, balance a ball on its snout, and then put an elastic band round its testes. And so on, right up until the animal is in a rage and then whack! Dead dog.

      Sometimes when out shopping I specifically look for small dogs as they tend to be naturally bad tempered. When preparing for festivals, it’s quite common for people to annoy and anger a dog for a whole week beforehand – no different to a marinade I assume.

      Bon appétit

      • Leroy Winston

        p.s. for extra tasty dog flesh, feed your dog lots of salt a day or two before you slay it; not only does it make it easier to peel, but makes it even more delicious.

        Some people like to bathe their dogs in soy sauce the night before slaughter, but I find the salt trick (above) works best.

        Last one – if a male dog then save the glans penis (or pizzle) and scrotum; partially dry them in the sun and then pickle them. Makes a great gift for a small nephew, and is said to bring very good luck.

      • King Of Jambalamba

        Watt B Wong: I hope you get gang raped by Muslims!

        • Leroy Winston

          Ooh lots of muslim women with their black durka-durka cloaks and face drapes -? Sweet! So does Mister Wong. Maybe Wong will go to a Muslamic brothel and pay ten of their number to ravish me.

    • Pink Slime

      Hello Angle#3(prelim),

      Charlie here. Why does me dog keep calling me Ralph?? Everyday Ralph, Ralph all day long. I don’t mind him sniffing other dog’s behind (like sodomites), but calling me Ralph is driving me nuts! Doughnuts!

      Signed,

      Charlie (this is why I don’t like my dog licking me in the face, I don’t know where that nose has been) :lol:

      • Leroy Winston

        Hohoho, what hilarity; bet you are the life and soul of a party, what with your ” :lol: ” and your creepy “Charlie” shiit. Eugh, I would definitely keep my children away from you

        • Pink Slime

          YOU have children??? Ohhh please noooo…… :lol:

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