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5 Ways of How Dogs Communicate With Us

Have you ever wondered how it would be like if your dog could speak?
Or maybe have some technology that could translate their thoughts into human language? 
I don't think we're at that point yet, but one thing is for sure...

Dogs are smart
And dogs have a special bond with us.
So even without some fancy tech, they would still be able to communicate with us.
According to a study done by Vet researchers K Kretchner and MW Fox, dogs having the ability to understand and convey their message effectively to us is the result of domestication. The domestication of dogs led to an evolutionary shift that affected their aspects and behaviors.

With that being said, Here are five subtle ways dogs communicate with us.

1."Give me some time alone, Ma!"
Have you ever approached your dog when he's eating or maybe chewing on his favorite toy? Then he suddenly freezes and looks at you funny? It's his way of saying that they're feeling uncertain. If he suddenly freezes and gives you "the look," best to give him some time.

2. "I love you!"
According to a study conducted by the American Association for the Advancement of Science, a dog's gaze increases your oxytocin level. What that means is that it makes you feel better. Rightfully so because that's how dogs say "I love you" to you. 

3. "You're my favorite human!"
Dogs can't hug us physically, yes you might have seen some videos of dogs hugging but their simply placing their arms on you. Their true means of hugging is leaning against you! That's how he's showing that you're his favorite human.

4."C'mon, let's play!"
Dogs love to play. When they bow their heads with their butt in the air, it means they want to play with you. They would be heartbroken if you refuse to. Make sure to play with your dog every day and never miss a beat!

5."Notice me!"
When a dog raises his paw in the air, that means he's trying to get your attention. For dogs, we are the best thing that ever happened to them. Make sure to attend to your dog's needs and never ignore them, especially when they have their paw in the air.

How does your dog communicate with you? Let us know in the comments!

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