Dog intentions

Dog intentions: A dog that approaches a stranger will sometimes do it in a hostile way by walking in a haughty with his head slightly upwards. His tail will be rigid, and the hair on his neck and torso will be sticking up. If the dog knows the person he will reverse this position, go downwards and even drag himself with flexible movements while wagging his tail from side to side. His hair will be soft, ears back and relaxed, and his body position will be one of happiness and submission. Fear can be seen in many different ways. If a dog is scared of noise he might hide behind the furniture, behind his owner's legs or even run away in panic. If the dog is in front of another dog that

threatens him he will arch his torso with his tail between his legs and remain static. If he can he will take a hike. A dog that places his head over another dog's neck is trying to dominate him. If he gives his paw to a human it means he is insecure and uneasy. If he lies on his back he is submitting completely. If he refuses to lie on his back, he is dominant. If during a fight with another he offers the dog his throat, he is submitting. It's important to point out that because of this aggression a choice of natural genetic is produced. In this world the winner and strongest transmits his genetic inheritance full of strength, and the weaker one losses the opportunity to reproduce and transmit his weaker genes. Body odors also emit messages, especially in the case of female dogs and even when she is not in heat she manages to stop the furious rage of any male dog. It's not common for a male dog to attack a female dog but there are some exceptions.

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