|09-06-2011, 04:11 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Oct 2008
Location: Brisbane, Australia
I talked to dogs in dog language!
I read a book on dog language and was able to read what these dogs I am minding are saying to me.
I'll call these girls Emay and Gemma
I discovered by Emays body and face language where she wags her hips from side to side as well as her tail she is saying to me,
"You are my beloved leader and I will follow you ANYWHERE!!!! "
Emay always says this to me enthusiastically.
Gemma feels more like friends with me than that I'm her leader. She is a less enthusiastic follower of me than Emay, not afraid to gaze at me directly in the eyes.
When I practiced speaking to the girls in dog language, they get extremely overjoyed and excited, and Emay jumped up on my lap, desperately reaching for my mouth, and sitting and laying in my lap, it was like she was saying,
"I just can't express how much I love you!!!"
I said hello in dog language, - 2 Short Quick medium to high pitched barks
I said "let's play" in dog language. - Stutter Bark... "Arrrrr Ruff!!"
Both took my stutter barking as invitation to play,
but mostly they seemed to just get overjoyed and excited that I was speaking their language.
I said "Come here, there might be something interesting to take a look at." In dog language - which is 3-4 barks followed by a pause, then 3-4 more barks, and continuing.
This has worked a couple of times and the dogs come to me like I am calling them.
I said "There is an intruder in or near the territory!!!" By continuous hostile sounding loud barking. When I do this sometimes they start growling or rush outside to check because of what I said to them in dog language.
I said "This is fun!!!" in dog language by 1 lone bark that you make rise in pitch.
Sometimes I also make puppy noises which Emay goes desperately overjoyed and excited over. She also watched some puppy videos on youtube with overjoyment and excitement.
It is obvious that Emay wants a little puppy of her own and adores puppies!
I was also telling someone else about my discoveries of dog language, and because of Social Anxiety, I felt a little nervous.
Both the dogs yawned. Dog yawning means, "I'm trying to calm a tense feeling or situation"
I noticed also that the girls enjoyed meeting with a boy dog up the street. When meeting sometimes their tail wags slowly back and forth.
This means, "You like me.....don't you!? "
Oh yeah did you know there is also "Be quiet" in dog language!!
When puppies, the mother tells the puppy to stop barking and be quiet by putting her nuzzle (mouth) on top of the puppies muzzle (protuding mouth) and makes a soft, low, quiet growling noise.
So as a human you can communicate the same thing by puttin your hand on top of their muzzle and saying in a soft, low, quiet, growly voice, "Quiet".
This has worked every time so far!
Last edited by roxyruby; 09-06-2011 at 04:39 AM.
|09-11-2011, 10:17 AM||#4 (permalink)|
Join Date: Aug 2011
Location: United Kingdom
One thing you should never do is let go of the rope and let the dog win because the dog will then think that he/she has dominance over you which can cause the risk of behavioural problems. For example, not coming over to you when you call or continues to misbehave if you say No.
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