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  • Why do dogs wag their tails?

  • Because they are happy.

  • A dog's wagging tail doesn't always mean that it is happy or excited.

  • So, what does it mean?

  • Popular researches and studies over the years.

  • Suggest that the tail position and wagging direction represent different feelings or moods of dogs.

  • When the tail is hung down in its natural position.

  • It means that the dog is calm, and is not worried.

  • If the tail is curled in between its legs, it indicates that the dog is scared or anxious.

  • When the tail is straight up.

  • It indicates that the dog is curious or wants to show other smaller dogs that it is bigger and dominant.

  • Moreover, if the tail wags towards right.

  • The dog is expressing positive emotions such as joy, excitement, etc.

  • However, if it wags towards left, it conveys negative emotions such as anxiety, stress, etc.

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B1 INT US tail wag position curled happy dominant

Why do dogs wag their tails? | #aumsum

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    AumSum posted on 2019/04/16
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