Dog Body Language
- 3. the nonverbal communication expressed through body movements, gestures, and postures.
- 6. a low, rumbling sound made by dogs that can indicate aggression or a warning.
- 9. the way a dog positions their body, including the position of the head, tail, and limbs
- 14. sounds made by dogs to communicate, including barking, whining, growling, and howling.
- 15. the paired organs on the sides of a dog's head that are used for hearing and communicating through body language.
- 1. the subjective experience of feelings and moods.
- 2. the back and forth movement of a dog's tail, which can indicate a variety of emotions.
- 4. a high-pitched, plaintive sound made by dogs that can indicate anxiety, distress, or a desire for attention.
- 5. a behavior that involves physical or verbal hostility towards others.
- 7. a close connection or relationship between a dog and their owner.
- 8. an emotion caused by the threat of danger, pain, or harm.
- 10. the black center of the eye that regulates the amount of light entering the eye.
- 11. the paired organs of sight located in the front of a dog's head.
- 12. domesticated mammals that belong to the Canidae family, and are commonly kept as pets or used for hunting, herding, and other purposes.
- 13. a loud, sharp sound made by dogs that can indicate a variety of emotions and intentions.