Wagging tail doesn’t always mean they are happy

Everyone has noticed the happiness of our dogs, when we come home after we leave them alone, or when we let them notice that we are taking them out for a walk.We can notice that in the wagging of the dog’s tail. We just see the fast moving tale and we just think that our dog is very happy.
But guess what?!A wagging tail doesn’t always mean the dog is happy.

Tail wagging has its own language. Apparently dogs wag their tail to the right when they’re happy and to the left when they are frightened. Wagging low means they are insecure and rapid movements accompanied by tense muscles or dilated pupils can signal agression.

So every wagging tail tells its own story, if you know how to read the signs.

What do you think?

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