7 Body Languages When Dogs Want to Bite

Many painful and traumatic dog bites can be prevented if people learn to read a dog’s body language.

1. He is not yawning because he is tired. He is anxious and he wants you to leave him alone.

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2. Her tail is high, her body is stiff, and her mouth is closed, it really means “Back Off”.

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3. A tail tucked in even if wagging a bit, he is a worried dog. Better not provoke him!

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4. The tongue flick and the slow tail wag mean this dog is unsure so “better go away!”

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5. The turning away of their head it means avoiding conflict. 

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6. The half-moon eye and a closed mouth tells you that this dogs is uncomfortable.

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7. The freeze and stare is the most dangerous sign. It will surely bite if you still insist.

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