How To Understand Your “Dog Talk”?

How To Understand Your “Dog Talk”?

How To Understand Your “Dog Talk”?

Speaking of “dog talk”,we humans must learn "dog talk"! Those of us who can communicate with a dog using typical dog gestures, facial expressions, voice, tone of voice and body language will quickly get the dog's attention. With attention and trust built on the complete abandonment of verbal and physical punishment, we can teach studious, industrious dogs to understand human language as well as possible and accept our commands without pressure. As long as we don't make too many demands on ourselves or on our dogs.

Now I want to introduce you to the meaning of dog talk.

Visual signal command function

Dogs communicate with other dogs and humans mainly by gestures, facial expressions, certain body postures and movements. Some types of dogs can convey complex information to others through facial expressions. Body posture, level of body tension, state of hair on the back, position of tail, etc., can all make silent "communication" possible.

Facial e expression and body posture: from fearful and submissive to neutral to overtly threatening. Normal relaxed facial expression: Eyes, ears, upper lip, and all fur are relaxed and normal. Comparing the differences between species is almost impossible because each dog has an infinite number of expressions. In addition, if the body posture is normal, the tail will remain normal posture. This is how communication works.

Game expression and body posture while playing

It has been introduced. "Clown face" is exactly the scene of important information through a specific signal in the "sender" .Such expressions and gestures will quickly exchange messages between the recipient and the receiver. Most of these signals have change your attitude.During communication, each speaker must "speak."The purpose of communication is to influence people rationally or emotionally. "

Fearful dogs will often open their eyes wide and square to elicit a response." Some dogs blink and avoid species behavior (warning, threatening behavior). The typical move of a "timid dog" is the retraction of the ears,her upper lip and entire mouth were pulled back as if she had undergone unsuccessful plastic surgery. There is no more fitting metaphor for a dog crouching, hunched, trembling, like a "poor little devil," with its folded back legs and its tail tucked tightly under its belly. If a dog is lying on his back with his throat exposed, it means he is trying to get rid of a threat. In a desperate situation, to avoid eye contact with an opponent,some training dogs will do it better.