An Introduction to Dog Body Lanuage with Hanne Grice - 31st Jan '
Dogs communicate all the time through a combination of visual, verbal and olfactory cues and signals. Like humans, much of
dogs' communication is sent through their body language, particularly facial expressions and body posture. Yet in the
language of ‘dog', there are no language barriers; dogs from different countries and different breeds will typically
recognise the visual and vocal signals of another dog when it is feeling upset, anxious, fearful, tired, disinterested,
frustrated, excited, happy and playful.
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