It is very amazing if we can communicate with our dogs. So, the dog will do something when they want or feeling anything. If you understand them when they want, it is a good dog life.
Your Dog is Trying to Tell You Something
By Thomas Turner
Dogs are naturally social animals and would like nothing more than for you to understand what they are trying to say to you. They may not use words, but do try to communicate with you in other ways. They whine, bark, and use their body language to try and get you to understand them. If you want to get to know your dog consider the following information.
The first thing that you probably know about dog behavior and communication is that a wagging tail means that a dog is happy, but the truth is that a dog can communicate a great deal with their tail and the the message can be quite varied. For instance, the higher your dog holds their tail, the more alert that they are feeling. Small, slow wags with their tail can tell you that your dog is feeling insecure and is questioning everything around them, while large and fast wags are more a sign that your dog is happy or excited. If your dog’s hindquarters are moving as well, you might find that they are feeling submissive as well. A dog that holds their tail between their legs is feeling afraid.
Along with all the tail movements look for ear placement as well. A dog who is alert will hold their ears high, and facing forward. A dog who’s ears are pressed against their head are scared, nervous, or even angry. Here it’s important to watch their mouth to see if their teeth are baring if so that means they are angry and should not be approached. This is a warning, saying "I’m in a bad mood, don’t push me." A dogs ears will also simply move with the sounds around them. They will face them toward any different types of noise they are trying to figure out.
After a while, you’ll find that your dog has several different barks. Some barks will be ways of alerting you that there are intruders present, while other barks are more happy and are looking to greet you. You’ll also find that your dog will bark if they are feeling bored, lonely or frightened. A bark that is high in pitch and getting higher means that a dog is getting upset, while a bark that has a slightly more bell-like tone is a dog who is trying to say hello.
Take some time to get to know the way that your dog communicates, and you’ll find that there is a lot that they are trying to get across to you.