Important 4 Secrets Your Dog’s Tail Trying To Tell


Important 4 Secrets Your Dog's Tail Trying To Tell
Via Olddoghaven

Perhaps your dog is waving its tail because he’s happy or maybe he wants to play with you or missed you. Read these 4 facts to figure out what does your dog’s tail signalized.

1- Tail Wagging & Body Shaking

Important 4 Secrets Your Dog's Tail Trying To Tell

Dogs are amazing and the most beautiful thing about them is they always trying to communicate their feelings to you using their bodies, tail wagging is one of the common ways they use to express their feelings or needs. In general if your dog, wagging it tail, shaking body, jumping and running around when you get back home, then you have a happy and lovely dog. If your dog doesn’t have the above characteristics, you should know what’s wrong with him, Here is 7 silent signs your dog is depressed.

2- Shaking their tails rapidly

Important 4 Secrets Your Dog's Tail Trying To Tell

Tail-wagging might be a sign of love and happiness but not always, when you catch your dog wagging its tail rabidly, then take it as a sign of tension, fear, or hostility, and at that moment the dog might be very aroused and he could take any unwanted action, all you have to do is avoiding him until he come down.

3- Slow-moving tail

Important 4 Secrets Your Dog's Tail Trying To Tell

The dog looks like he’s thinking about his next move when he wag its tail slowly. A slow moving tail may be a sign of unfriendliness and instability, so be careful and keep an eye on his moves.
If he’s not your dog, do not interact with him.

4- Wagging its tail on the Right/Left side

Important 4 Secrets Your Dog's Tail Trying To Tell

A group of dogs were monitored, to see when they wag their tails to the right side and when they wags it to the left side, and the result was that when a dog wags its tail on the right side of its body, it’s evaluated more likely to be friendly than when he wags its tail on the left side, because they found that dogs moved their tails to the right side when they wanted to move near something they are familiar with, like their owner, or a their favorite toy, but they sharked their tails to the left when they faced something they weren’t familiar with, like a dominant dog with an unfriendly look.


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