• Your Dog's Facial Expressions Might Not Mean What You Think They Do

    One year ago - By iHeart Dogs

    When it comes to reading human facial expressions, there are a few set guidelines. Smiles are happy, frowns are sad, furrowed brows show worry, and blank stares are a sign of disinterest. But those rules don't always apply to your dog.
    Dogs are emotional animals that experience many of the same feelings people do, but expressing those feelings is a different story. There's a disconnect between human and canine body language that sometimes sends false signals. Here are common canine facial expressions and what they mean.
    1 - Panting
    There are several reasons why your dog could be panting...
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