Some of these I knew, but some I did not. Who knew there were so many messages in how your dog wags his tail? Some of these are especially important if you're meeting a dog for the first time, or as signals that you might need to take your dog to the vet.
We remember our dog, Bailey, who was the size of a dust mop, noisily banging around under the bed--a space he could easily fit into. We knew it was his way of telling us he was VERY annoyed about having to sleep under there instead of between us. He had started out at the foot of the bed, but gradually . . . well, you know how that ends up. Then you're in HIS way. We sure do miss him, tho, grumpy little guy that he could be.
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