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Welcome to the world of dog facial expressions! Dogs communicate through a variety of facial cues and body language. Let's explore their fascinating world." 

Happy Tail Wags 

A wagging tail doesn't always mean a dog is happy. A broad, sweeping wag usually indicates joy and excitement. 

Relaxed Ears

When a dog's ears are relaxed and gently flopping, it's a sign of contentment and relaxation. Listen to their unspoken words.  

Alert Eyes 

Bright and attentive eyes demonstrate that your dog is focused and alert. They might be curious or aware of something nearby.  

Raised Hackles 

Raised hackles can indicate various emotions, such as fear, excitement, or aggression. Pay attention to the context and other cues.  

Submissive Grin 

A submissive grin with a closed mouth is a sign of respect and submission. Your dog is trying to appease you or another dominant figure. 

Tense Mouth 

A dog with a tense, closed mouth might be feeling anxious or stressed. Observe other signals to understand their emotional state.  

Playful Bow 

A playful bow, where a dog lowers their front end and keeps their hindquarters up, signals an invitation to play. Join the fun! 

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