Common body language any signal that is demonstrated by a particular part of the dogs body must always be read in the context of whatever other body or vocal language the dog is communicating similar signals have different meanings in different situations so the position of the body and other vocal signals will help you understand a dog . Dogs communicate in many ways with each other using verbal cues body language and facial expressions they also try to communicate with humans using these methods humans of course communicate . Understanding what your dog is saying can give you a lot of useful information such as when your dog is spooked and nervous about what is going on or when your dog is edgy and might be ready to snap at someone you do have to look at the dogs face and his whole body
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