Dog body language: Learn how to read your canine's moods
Body posture: relaxed with a loose stance, with its weight distributed between all four paws.
HAPPY AND RELAXED BODY LANGUAGE ?
Body posture: front end down and rear end raised, with forepaws flat on the ground. Fur flat and smooth.
EXCITED BODY LANGUAGE
Body posture: A dominating dog will stand erect, somewhat forward, with rigid legs, whereas a terrified dog may keep its body closer to the ground.
AGGRESSIVE BODY LANGUAGE
Body posture: lowered or flat on the ground, as mentioned.
FEARFUL BODY LANGUAGE
Body posture: low to the ground, either standing, sitting or lying down.
ANXIOUS BODY LANGUAGE
Head: likely lowered and avoiding eye contact or completely looking away, with ears back.
Tail: either low or tucked completely away.
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