[Quiz] Can You Understand What Your Dog Is Trying To Say?

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[Quiz] What Your Dog is Trying To Say

We all need to be able to speak with our dogs. We need to understand what they need to say...

  • You meet a dog, he snarls at you with his hackles rising and his tail is held low and rigid. What is this dog saying?
  • When you catch your dog engaging in undesirable behavior, you inevitably scold at him. The dog is avoiding eye contact. His tongue is tucked behind his teeth and his ears are pinned back against his skull. What does your do want to say?
  • Your dog turns to look at you, panting. He drops to all fours, tail wagging furiously. He makes a few yapping noises. What does he mean?
  • A dog you don't know comes up to you and puts your hand in his mouth without biting it. What does he mean?

After finishing this simple quiz, you will find out how to understand your four-legged family member...

Have fun with this super simple and enjoyable quiz!

One of the neighbourhood dogs is making its way toward you. He seems to be standing on his toes as he stares intently into yours. His ears are perked up, and his tail is softly wagging. What does he mean?

You walk over to a puppy that you've just seen urinating on the carpet. Again, he urinates on his back after rolling over. Just what does he mean?

A dog you don't know comes up to you and puts your hand in his mouth without biting it. What does he mean?

You're essentially a teacher to your dog at this point. He scabs over his neck after a while of labour. You are confident that he does not have fleas, right? Why does he keep scratching himself?

You meet an unusual dog. He snarls at you with his hackles (the hair on his back) rising. His tail is held low and rigid, and his ears are laid back. What is this dog saying?

When you catch your dog engaging in undesirable behavior, you inevitably scold at him. The dog is avoiding eye contact. His tongue is tucked behind his teeth and his ears are pinned back against his skull. When he sees you, he ducks his head and licks his lips. When your dog makes this expression, what does it mean?

The male canine in your home is showing signs of anxiety by gnashing his teeth. What is the most plausible explanation?

Your dog turns to look at you, panting. He drops to all fours, tail wagging furiously. He makes a few yapping noises. What does he mean?

After telling your dog to stay, you leave the room. It looks like your dog is yawning. Just what does he mean?

Your male dog is mounting another male. In your opinion, what is the most plausible explanation?

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