When a dog has its tongue hanging out of its mouth on one side, it’s a sign that it feels calm and happy. You may often see your dog like this after going for a walk or playing fetch. But, if your dog has its tongue to the side more often than not, it can be a reason to worry.
This condition may be the “hanging tongue syndrome.” This is usually the case with breeds with flattened noses like boxers or bulldogs. If your dog is like this, get them to the vet.
After Meal Cuddles
Does your dog come to cuddle you after eating? Just like sleeping in your bed at night, this could be another sign of their love for you. After a meal, just like many humans, dogs want to take a good nap. And, they want to be near their favorite person when they do it.
Actually, this is an intense way for canines to express their adoration of their favorite human, you! Just a tip: if your dog tends to do this, watch what you feed them. You don’t want any gas passing while they’re cuddling up against you.
Why Your Puppy Bows
A dog bows for several reasons. The way that they bow is by lowering their heads and keeping their body erect. Most of the time, it is a sign that they want to play. They might add in swinging hips or start wagging their tails in a wild and excited manner.
This is the most common sign your dog will give you when they want to play. Dog trainers call this the “play bow.”
The Meaning of Howling
Some people may try to quiet their dogs when they howl but there’s a reason for your dog doing this. This is a dog’s way of yelling. Just like yelling is a way for humans to release any angry feelings they have inside, dogs do the same thing by howling.
Owners assume that dogs howl in order to assert their dominance but in reality, they are doing so because it feels good for them to do it.
Clicking Bird Tongue
Parrot keepers know this all too well. You feel annoyed and you don't know why and then you realize there is some irregular clicking sound that is driving you mental. The culprit is your beloved bird who is, again, clicking its tongue against the inside of its beak.
Well, apparently, Mr. Feathers is doing it to entertain himself or to ask for some attention, so if you wish to make the clicking stop and your bird happy, just pick it up and show it some love.