Laura Welch Dog Trainer | Decoding your dog (Part 9) Ears and Tail
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Decoding your dog (Part 9) Ears and Tail

If your dog’s ears are pointed up when the dog is on alert or curious about something.
If the dog’s ears are dropped they are either nervous or happy and you will have to read other signs.
If a dog’s tail is moving stiffly side to side this is usually a sign of aggression.
If a dog’s tail is between their legs this means that they are either anxious or scared.
Thanks to Greyhounds as Pets in Australia for the infographic.
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