15 thoughts on “Zoom Room Guide to Dog Body Language”

  1. Out of lots of videos from professionals, "explaining" dog behavior , this is one of the few, that I consider to be correct.

  2. I continue to send this out to clients as one of ly more valuable tools for helping people understand their dogs.

    Really excellent. Thank you for posting it.

  3. I've learned to recognise and notice all of these in my dog even though he has floppy ears, I know the signs when he's in a bad mood and wants to be left alone or out with other dogs and doesn't like them, I just wish I knew what to do about it *sigh* referring to do about other dogs ( not being left alone) he has attacked dogs before 🙁
    but great video, there's some really useful info here for people who don't know their own dog 🙂

  4. This is really cool, cause I didn't really know these by name, but I could identify them because I have dogs myself. I really could tell when my dog was nervous or uncomfortable or relaxed. lol awesome video!

  5. my dog is mostly relaxed !!!!!!!! except when he meets a giant breed, he runs away the comes back nd plays!!!!!!!

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