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Dogs Don't Respond Well To Neutral Facial Expressions, Study Finds

One year ago   |   By iHeart Dogs

When we communicate with other humans, we often focus on the words they say above all else. Yet, body language is an important communication factor for all species, especially when two different species communicate. Dogs don't speak human, so they need to rely on body language, smells, and facial expressions to understand what we're saying.
As it turns out, our facial expressions have a bigger effect on our dogs than we realize. Dogs like active expressions, like smiling and frowning, but they grow uninterested when it comes to neutral or passive faces. So, have we been looking at our dogs...
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