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How To: Understand Your Dog’s Body Language

4 Years Ago By Diana Adams

We all know that the majority of our communication with each other is conveyed through our body language. It’s one of the reasons why some people have trouble navigating through online relationships. It’s tricky, and it takes a little practice. When you take away eye contact, facial expressions and all the mannerisms that we subconsciously display to the world every day, the only thing we’re left with is our voice or text, and since that is such a small part of our communication, it can be a little challenging to decode sometimes.

I read the other day that it’s the same way with dogs, well, sort of. Since dogs don’t speak our language, they communicate most of their feelings to us through their instinctual body language (they also speak to us through their barks, and you can learn how to interpret those here).

I found the coolest dog translator website ever, and if you have a dog, you’ve got to try it. It’s called Talking Pets. You type in a word like happy, hungry, sad, tired, etc. and the site will show you what the corresponding dog body language is so you can understand your own pup much better! These drawings below are also very cute and helpful. They were created by Lili Chin at Doggie Drawings. I hope these resources help bridge the gap between human and dog communication in your own home.

Click Here To Go To The Dog Translator Website

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Header Image Credit: [Dehydrated Mango]

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4 Comments

swathi

February 12th, 2013

awesome thanks a lot to show how to treat a pet doggie…i like the don’ts coz i realised a lot that wat ever i do is wrong.. i thought my doggie will like if i kiss on its head..my mistake.. thanks like a million times

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stephanie

February 9th, 2014

I kiss my dog on its head 2

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April 10th, 2013

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navjeet

July 15th, 2014

Plz add more doggie laungages

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