In the Tuesday, April 24 New York Times, Sandra Blakeslee writes that while we all know that dogs wag their tails to express their feelings, not everyone knows that dogs have a "tail code," meaning you can learn how they REALLY feel by noticing in which direction their tails wag.
Blakeslee writes: "When dogs feel fundamentally positive about something or someone, their tails wag more to the right side of their rumps. When they have negative feelings, their tail wagging is biased to the left." It turns out the dogs have body language too!
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