Puppy Body Language: How to Understand Your Puppy's Communication

If you have a new Black Russian Terrier puppy, you may be wondering how to understand your puppy's communication. Puppies use body language to communicate with their owners and other animals. In this blog post, we will discuss the most common types of puppy body language and what they mean. If you want to better understand your puppy's communication, pay attention to his or her body language. By understanding what your puppy is trying to tell you, you can provide him or her with the best possible care.

Puppy body language can be divided into a few different categories: tail wagging, ear position, and eye contact.

Tail wagging is probably the most well-known form of puppy body language. A dog will usually only wag its tail when it’s happy or excited, but that’s not always the case. If a puppy is wagging its tail while it’s playing with another puppy, it’s likely a sign of happiness. However, if a puppy is wagging its tail while meeting a new person, it could be a sign of submission or fear.

Puppies also use their ears and eyes to communicate how they’re feeling. For example, puppies who are scared or feel threatened will often have their ears pressed back against their head. On the other hand, puppies who are feeling aggressive may have their ears up and forward, and they may be staring intently at the person or animal they see as a threat.