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How to spot dog communication buttons: Use the signs, cues and signals you see

You may have noticed that your dog seems to be very aware of what’s going on around them.

They may not be as willing to give up their food, or the toy, or even the person next to them.

The more they know about what’s happening, the better.

It could be the scent of their favourite treats or the sound of their favorite song.

Here are a few tips to help you spot the signs that your pet is communicating with you.

Passive aggressive communication When your dog gets upset or angry, they may sometimes start to show signs of nonverbal communication.

They might not be interested in playing, they might start to bark, or they may try to scratch at the toys or other objects they are playing with.

This is often the first sign they are giving up the play.

They will be very interested in hearing what the person is saying.

They want to know how the person feels.

Nonverbal communication While your dog is playing, you may see the sign of non-verbal communication as they look at you, smile, scratch, or play.

This can be when they are excited about something.

If your dog starts to show the signs of these signs, it means that they are actively listening to what you are saying.

For example, they are listening to your words and you are telling them what you want them to do.

The dog may also start to scratch the toys they are on, or try to play fetch.

It’s best to stop them from scratching the toys and start to teach them the rules of the game.

Non-verbal language Your dog may be more interested in listening to you than talking.

They can also be very active when you are speaking.

If they start to look away from you, or start to make eye contact, they’re probably interested in talking to you.

It can be very distracting for your dog to be looking at you while they are speaking, so they need to be able to concentrate on the conversation.

The most important thing to remember when your dog shows non-verbally is that they want to hear you and listen to what is being said.

This will help your dog make an informed decision about whether or not they should play.

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