Full body wag
You probably see this wag when you come home from work every night. Your pup welcomes you with a tail wagging in a big circle. You’ll also see him shaking his entire body in a loose way, accompanied by a submissive grin or a soft open mouth. “The more swaying and wiggly motion closer to the head of the dog, the friendlier the dog is,” notes Russ Hartstein, CEO of Fun Paw Care, certified dog behaviourist and trainer in Los Angeles. Don’t miss these silent signs your dog is depressed.