Like most animals, dogs use vocal sounds (usually barking) and body language to communicate what they need and what they are feeling. In order to interact well with a dog, it is necessary to understand what they are trying to communicate. Communication in dogs is similar to that in humans in that they tend to yell louder when they feel that they are not being heard.
It is essential that people educate themselves in “listening” to the messages their dog is trying to convey. Become aware of your dog’s body language and look for cues, including calming and stress signals.
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