How to understand the pet's body language

• How to understand the pet's body language

We think we know their animals, but recent research has shown that we are wrong.

Specialist in animal behavior Rosie Barkley says that we need to understand the body language of our dogs, because then we will know how they feel.

How to understand the pet's body language

your pet like you scratching your eye or his stroking his belly? Maybe he likes to sit on your hands?

We feel that we know their pets, but a recent study has shown that this may not be the case, and dogs do not like to be stroked when they are turned from side to side.

In fact, they do so in order to show the credibility of the other dogs, or simply tolerate that man invades their personal space.

Specialist in animal behavior Rosie Barkley says that we need to understand the body language of our dogs, because then we will know how they feel.

In this article, Rosie tells us about the most common of our wrongs.

Photo: Dogs do not like to be scratched their stomach when they are turned from side to side.

DOG

- People love to cuddle, - says Rosie. - So they hugged the dog and trying to scratch her back of the neck, but it can be quite dangerous. The fight back of the neck - the most unprotected place, so the dog may not like what someone unfamiliar touch her in such a vulnerable place. host task - to stop to ask who wanted to stroke his dog when the pet is feeling uncomfortable.

How to understand the pet's body language

Cats, unlike dogs, are not like human contact.

CATS

- Sometimes we are too often touches our pets - says Rosie. - cats are social animals, like dogs. They are more independent. Our delusion that we believe all cats affectionate kittens, but this is not true.

- We must try to understand that animals are telling us - Rosie said, adding that turning from side to side, deflation twitching claws and tail may be signs of discomfort.

Rabbits

rabbit owners do not have to turn them upside down, to rock and carry on his hands. They are not relaxed at this time, they just pretend to be dead, because the experience of fear and stress.

How to understand the pet's body language

A girl kisses her pet.

HORSE

To catch the horse, people are lured her bucket with food, rather than just go out into the field and talk to your pet. Just Stay with him. So he sees in you a good person, not just someone who is trying to catch him.

hamsters, gerbils, chinchillas

How to understand the pet's body language

They need to get used to the hands from an early age, otherwise they will bite. Your movements should be soft and smooth, so that they gradually become accustomed to humans. You do not need to suddenly grab them and pull out of the cell.