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Here's Why Dogs Tend To Tilt Their Head While Listening To You

Here's Why Dogs Tend To Tilt Their Head While Listening To You
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If you're a dog person or you have a pet dog, you must have noticed that dogs tend to tilt their head to one side and widen their eyes while listening to you. Whether you are giving them a piece of your mind because they destroyed all your stuff or you're just baby talking with them, dogs tend to tilt their head to one side. There's also an actual scientific explanation to this - 

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Well, for most reasons dogs tend to catch up on body language and the personality of the speaker and they tilt their heads to study these aspects in their owners or other people.

Well, for most reasons dogs tend to catch up on body language and the personality of the speaker and they tilt their heads to study these aspects in their owners or other people.

They're not trying to act cute, or maybe just slightly.

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When anybody talks, they make several facial expressions that can be perceived by a dog through tilting its head to one side.

When anybody talks, they make several facial expressions that can be perceived by a dog through tilting its head to one side.
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Now you understand why your pup tends to bend its head to one side?

Sometimes they may also want to hear a particular sound correctly so they position their head according to the source of the sound.

Sometimes they may also want to hear a particular sound correctly so they position their head according to the source of the sound.
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It's not really rocket science because we as humans, also tend to move our heads slightly while focusing on sounds coming from a distance.

It's not really rocket science because we as humans, also tend to move our heads slightly while focusing on sounds coming from a distance.
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Isn't that right little guy?

Dogs tend to locate sounds that are coming from a distance just as humans do, so the best way to hear sounds correctly is by tilting one's head.

Dogs tend to locate sounds that are coming from a distance just as humans do, so the best way to hear sounds correctly is by tilting one's head.
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But isn't that just adorable?

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