Dog Body Language

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