dog communication

  • Dog Growling: What It Means And What You Should Do

    Dog Growling: What It Means And What You Should Do

    Growling is one of the many ways dogs communicate, and it's important for humans that interact with dogs to understand what it means and the proper way to react.

  • Your Dog’s Ears Speak Volumes

    Your Dog’s Ears Speak Volumes

    Dog ears aren’t just listening – they’re for talking too!

  • How Dog Tail Size Impacts Dog Communication

    How Dog Tail Size Impacts Dog Communication

    This article courtesy of woofreport.com. We all know non-verbal communication is key in how dogs communicate their feelings and general state of mind. We can observe whether a dog is relaxed, fearful, happy, submissive, dominant, and more by it’s overall body position, and movements of the head, ears, mouth, and by changes in the height […]

  • Interpreting your dog’s “soft eyes”

    Interpreting your dog’s “soft eyes”

    Yes, it is true that on occasion we can all blink for a camera. These dogs though are intentionally softening their eyes (and in a couple cases also turning their heads) to let us know their harmless intentions. When you think about what we do with photography, it makes sense that it can seem a […]