Essay On Dog Language

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Dogs Dog's language isn't based on verbal signs, like humans', but on body language and mouth expression. You should pay a big role to dog's posture and the situation that he is currently in, to avoid any unpleasant misunderstandings. Eyes Normal eyes are calm, eyelids widened and whites of the eyes are not visible. When the dog avoids eye contact it means that he feels insecure or he tries to tell us something. It is very often mistaken as a feel of guilt, as you can see on some YouTube videos. If you can see the dogs whites of the eyes, like when he looks at things without turning his head, then the dog tries to tell you that he needs space. Squinting eyes – an attempt to calm the opponent, expression of fear or insecurity Eyelids wide open – panic or aggressions A dog that stares in the eyes of another dog means a…show more content…
If a dog crawls to you, starts to lick it's nose, turns or lowers his head and make other calming signals when you call him with anger after he smashed a vase in your house remember – the dog DOESN'T feel guilty – he feels endangered and insecure. You may notice that I haven't made any jokes when describing dog language, as I did when talking about cats. It's because dogs are no joke. They most likely WILL harm you badly if you don't treat them with enough caution. Hamsters Hamsters are nocturnal which means that they sleep during the day and wake up during the night. If a hamsters lies on its back, it means that the hamster is frightened. Usually hamsters squeak when playing with each other if they are housed together. When a hamster grooms itself, it will start washing its feet, hands and fur. Grooming means that the hamster is feeling secure and happy. When the hamster yawns and stretches itself, it means that the hamster is feeling happy and comfortable. A hamster will stand tall on its back legs with ears up. It means that the hamster is listening to something that captured its
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