If you have a feeling that your dog understands everything you say, know that he is not the only one. Also know that it is not just an impression. Indeed, dogs are able to understand human communication like no other species, according to research conducted in recent years. According to a study published in the journal Science, published by a team at the University of Loránd in Budapest (Hungary), dogs have the ability to differentiate words, as well as our intonation. In addition, they use areas of the brain similar to those used by humans. This leads researchers to understand that the ability to learn vocabulary is not a human exclusivity. In this study, scientists studied the results of MRI scans of thirteen dogs. All from different races to understand their reactions to language. The results revealed that dogs recognize words differently from each other, regardless of intonation. And they did it using the left side of the brain, as humans do. Communication between them Pets also have their own language to communicate with each other as smells. That’s why they pee demarcation and smell each other’s butt. Movement of the tail, body posture and also gestures such as lowering the front paws to call the friend to play, lying on his back as a sign of submission and others. Understanding the different forms of communication of pets is very important to help improve living with family and other animals. Only then can you see if any situation causes discomfort or fear to him. It will also be possible to identify if you are in a moment of relaxation. See some forms of communication of the pet Bark: for each situation there may be a type of bark. When the dog sees another dog, when someone passes by the gate, when visitors arrive at home and for several other alert situations. Excessively licking the paws: in addition to skin problems (allergies or skin infections), this behavior can mean boredom and anxiety. Lick you: it can mean affection or another way to get your attention. Wagging the tail: demonstration of happiness. Breathing and exhaling air differently than normal: this sound to other pets can show that they are more willing to play. Head down and tail between paws: fear, shame (sign that they did something wrong) or submission. Growling: Defense alert or warning or threat signal. If you want to know more about taking care of your pet, read the news on our blog and follow our Telegram channel, click here!