Language of dogs

Dogs do not speak with words, but with gestures and movements.

These are the basis of the interpretation of the language of dogs:

. - I shake my tail: I'm happy, acariciame.

. - I teach teeth: better stay away because I want to bite.

. - Levanto tail: I'm alert, better not come.

. - Levanto ears: I'm alert, I can run

. - Gasp: I'm tired and relaxed.

. - Hedgehog's back: I'm in alarm and do not want friends.

. - I lie face up: acariciame, I'm submissive, you're the boss.

. - I do not know I do not care that you're there, step on you.

. - Look at the floor but I'm tense