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The Other Coast by Adrian Raeside for April 08, 2021

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    amethyst52 Premium Member 29 days ago

    Tail wags, the universal language. :)

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    Gent  29 days ago

    We don’t has much of a tails. Just bear hands to communicate.

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    Herd of Turtles  29 days ago

    This passes the smell test.

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    John9 Premium Member 29 days ago

    One of my “friends” who passed last year was deaf from birth and he could “feel” the barks from one of our chihuahua’s. That was how the chihuahua would “call” for reinforcements when someone came to the door if he was sleeping.

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    thelost wizard  29 days ago

    Once a pal, always a pal.

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    raybarb44  29 days ago

    Wags ARE ways to communicate, but good family dogs have a keen perception of others needs also……

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    WCraft Premium Member 29 days ago

    She was just nodding her head – doesn’t mean she actually understood.

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    Mediatech  29 days ago

    Most dog communication is non-verbal body language. By the time it gets to “Bark” you’ve already missed half the conversation.

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