Laura Welch Dog Trainer | Decoding your dog (Part 8) Ears (back) and Tail (wagging)
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Decoding your dog (Part 8) Ears (back) and Tail (wagging)

If your dog’s ears are back gently and this is accompanied by a wagging tail then the dog is feeling friendly.

If the dog’s ears are pinned back this is the dog feeling scared.

A dog’s tail wagging is not always a sign of happiness – only that they are interested in the interaction. Only when combined with other body language signs can you be sure if your dog is happy or anxious.

Thanks to Greyhounds as Pets in Australia for the infographic.

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