When we see a dog wag his or her tail, we think of it as a good sign. The dog is obviously happy or at ease. As it turns out, that is not necessarily true. Researchers into doggy behavior say our pups are actually sending messages, good and bad, through their tail wags!
A study published in the publication Current Biology states the direction of a wag is key. What we see as a simple tail wag is actually signaling critical information to other dogs!
A study by Italian author, Giorgio Vallortigara says that tail wagging is a reflection of what’s going on in a dog’s brain. When they are stressed, they tend to wag their tail to the left, but a right tail wag shows they are happy and at ease.
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