If Your Dog Is Doing THIS, You Need To Know What It Means!

If Your Dog Is Doing THIS, You Need To Know What It Means!
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Most of the dogs aren't as clever as that one dog named Sandor Clegane, who could clearly say "F*ck the king." Most of the other dogs in the world lack this extraordinary power and for this reason, they have to use the language of signs. But, many times we are equally dumb as Joffrey and therefore don't understand what the dog is trying to say. 

So here, we are to be your hand and offer you some help with deciphering the coded language of your pet dog. 

1. Continuous eye-contact.

1. Continuous eye-contact.

When your dog keeps looking in your eyes with mild expressions, it means they are trying to show affection. 

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2. Bringing you things. 

2. Bringing you things. 
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That is the dog's way of gifting things which is in return because they want you to know how much they love you. 

3. Raising a paw in the air. 

3. Raising a paw in the air. 
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This sign means that your dog is about to pounce on prey, and you are apparently getting in its way. 

4. Hunching and trying to appear smaller. 

4. Hunching and trying to appear smaller. 
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This means that the dog is scared. If there is nothing scary around and the dog still does it, it means it has been abused. 

5. Chewing on furniture. 

5. Chewing on furniture. 
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If your dog is well trained and still chews a lot on furniture, it means he is bored. 

6. Sitting on your feet. 

6. Sitting on your feet. 
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This either means that your dog is very possessive of you or is trying to tell that it is the leader of the whole clan, including you. 

7. Yawning.

7. Yawning.
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It can be a sign of stress and fear at times, but dogs also yawn when they are feeling very comfortable. 

8. Wanting to sleep in your bed. 

8. Wanting to sleep in your bed. 
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It only means that the dog wants to be with you all the time. 

9. Tongue flicking. 

9. Tongue flicking. 
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This is sometimes a sign that the dog is not ready for something, probably meeting a new person. 

10. Looking at you calmly as you leave the house. 

10. Looking at you calmly as you leave the house. 
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It means that the dog is at peace and knows that you would return. More importantly, it feels secure in your house even when you are not around.