12 Apr 2019
Dogs communicate mainly through body language, using all parts of their body, including their tails, ears and eyes, to signal how they are feeling.
Understanding your dog’s body language is important, especially for owners with children. Helping children to learn and respect the family dog and interact with them in an appropriate way helps keep your child safe and your dog happy.
So what is appropriate and how would you know if your dog was trying to tell you something?
Download our leaflet HERE for information on how you can help your child behave around the family dog.