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[35 Different] Dog Behaviors, Faces And What They Mean And Sleeping Positions

35) Baring teeth, ears back and snarling

This one is obvious; however, it never hurts to remind people what an angry, aggressive dog looks like. If you encounter this, your dog is feeling threatened and giving warning to the enemy. Do not approach a dog in this state. Even if he is angry at something else, you run the risk of being bitten.


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34) Rising bark

It’s playtime! If your dog starts with a low bark and it gets higher toward the end, he cannot contain his excitement and he wants to play a game with you!

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