Dog’s body language

For example ... - To show superiority. To show all its dignity, to be higher , the dog is standing at full height, proudly lifting its muzzle and the hair on the back is dragged. The dog lifts its tail high enough to exhale the smell of anal gland, so it shows other dogs to keep away. - Pose of submission. The dog humps its back, lowers its head to the ground and vails its tail. Sometimes, the dog may fall on its back, trying to seem smaller than it really is. Dog understands that this posture reduces the level of aggression directed at it. Sometimes it works. There is a rule among dogs - it is not allowed to bite and beat a lying dog. In particular, puppies and lady-dogs do so. - Greeting Dogs when they meet each other they can find out which of them is more important, but often - they greet each other. Sniff genitals of each other and wagg their tails. - Invite to game. They fall on the fore feet and push with its nose. - Addresses In such days the dog's tail is always in motion. - A little bit of history. A dog inherited tail, as the most important attribute of communication, from the wolves. That's just the dog controls its tail more masterfully and differently than the wolf. And it happened by domestication, as wagging a tail, people praised as a friendly move. - Variety of tails. Unfortunately, not all breeds "are allowed" to have the tail according to standard. It is forbidden to cut the tail in many countries. There are breeds that have a tail curled into a tight steering wheel, and the dog does not use it. Boxers, French bulldogs have a stub of a tail instead of a tail, and still they kept their habit of wagging, though a little peculiar - they wag the entire back part of the body. - Tail wagging. Tail wagging can show their joy, good mood. Low wagging of tail shows submission. Dackle, when pushed its nose into the hole of the mouse wags the tail like a propeller, so it shows great excitement, interest, curiosity. When a German Shepherd is looking for a lost in the snow glove of the owner it wags its tail fast or slowly, showing that it's busy. - Who's in charge? Dogs while meet each other, they sniff each other and wave their tails and it is quite natural. You can even see some caution in dog's look. So they figure out which of them is in charge. - Meets you A dog have unsymmetrical hemispheres of the brain, so when she meets the owner, it wags its tail and turns it to the right. When it meets a stranger or a dog it turns its tail to the left.