Dog Sounds And Their Meaning Finally Explained

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Dog whining sounds are high-pitched vocalizations, often made nasally with closed mouths. For example, a dog may whine when it desires something, needs or wants to go out, feels demoralized by leash restraint, is separated from a valued mate (human or otherwise), or need attention. It is usually an expression of some raised stress level for dogs. Most often, a dog cries sound is an exaggerated whine or whimper.

Should you ignore a whining dog?

One effective way to stop a dog from whining is by ignoring it. Don’t touch or speak to the dog, and try not to look at him. Avoid eye contact too, but don’t give in and get frustrated. These are the best ways for training experts to help your poor pup.

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