The need for dogs to express themselves through their modes of communication!
If you have been a parent to young children, you know that when things get quiet, something is going terribly wrong. Marker drawing on the wall, flushing cereal down the toilet, cutting their hair or their siblings hair or the dogs hair, or going out the front door for a neighborhood walk about, etc. Silence is not golden, unless everyone is relaxing together.
Laughter, talking, singing, crying, really any form of verbal communication is a welcome sound to any parent, it means their child is trying to tell them something directly or indirectly. There is information there that a parent can learn from, teach about, or simply give some well needed comfort.
It’s much the same with puppies and dogs, with the differences being, we aren’t the same species, and dogs speak canine while we speak human.
Dogs, similar to humans, use a combination of body language and verbal language in order…
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