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Am I having fun yet? What is your dog telling you?
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Want to know what your dog is saying to you?  Click on the body language signal to learn more.

Mounting

Tail tucked

Play bow

Paw Lift

Ears Back

Inguinal presentation

Avert Gaze

Tail up-Arched

Ears Forward