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By now, you probably know when your dog has to go potty or when they're hungry. But dogs like to tell you even more than that! Here are some ways to decode what your pup's saying to you.
You might have a dog that barks a lot, or maybe one that doesn't bark at all! But this common way of communicating can have a few different meanings. It's best to use your context clues to figure out what their barks might mean in the moment, but you also might be able to tell what they mean by the type of bark.
Yipping can seem scary. It typically has two meanings, and you should be able to tell which one your dog means based off of context clues.
We're all guilty of getting a little whiny sometimes! Just like we might whine if we really want or need something, so do pups, since they realize that whining gets our attention! You might be familiar with your pup's whining by now, but you never know if they might mean something else.
Growling is an interesting way for your pup to communicate because it might mean two completely different things.
"I'm having fun!" - If your pup is growling lightly, especially if they're playing with your, toys, or other dogs, this usually just means that they're having a great time.
"I feel threatened." - If your pup's growls are lower in their register or if they're paired with any teeth-baring or hackle-raising, that's a pretty good sign that your pup is feeling threatened. It's best to give your dog space when this happens and to remove any other dogs/animals/kids from the area until they feel more comfortable.
And remember, don't be afraid to ask for help! While we love our doggos, we might not always know exactly what they mean.
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