2 responses to “Learn to read dog body language”

  1. Suzanne Yellen

    Hi Kelly, a wonderful resource in a book is by Turid Rugaas: On Talking Terms with Dogs: Calming Signals. You can get it on Amazon or at Dogwise.com

  2. Ranjana Mangalagiri

    Oh there is so much that thae dog speaks through body language besides fear, happiness, aggression or confidence. I know exactly when my springer spaniel wants a body rub, a treat, a scratch under the ear,or her squeeky. I know when she is feeling down and out, sad or expecting a toy on my return from the shopping!! who says they need a voice – I think we humans need the perception to understand them!!