Clarifying the distinction between submissive urination and inappropriate urination, with advice on handling it.
Interpreting when a dog shows its belly, including potential invitations to play or requests for belly rubs.
Describing how dogs avert their gaze to signal non-challenge or non-threat, debunking eye contact as dominance.
Discussing how ear position reflects a dog's emotions and intentions.
Interpreting a lowered or tucked tail as a submissive or fearful signal.
Explaining why dogs may lower their bodies to appear non-threatening, regardless of fear.
Highlighting the respect and calming intent behind this behavior.
Discussing lip licking as a common appeasement gesture, often seen in nervous or fearful dogs.
Clarifying the difference between a submissive grin and aggressive bared teeth, emphasizing the friendly intent behind a relaxed body.