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  1. #1

    Facial Expressions of Dogs Show they are Like Humans

    In your opinion, how similar are dogs to us humans emotionally? Are there any emotions you believe they cannot express?



    I find it fascinating that they can show joy, sadness, scare, self-doubt, disgust, anger, guilt, courage and excitement - as illustrated here:

    https://www.buzzfeed.com/timm318/9-f...ey-are-l-2kxli

  2. #2

    Re: Facial Expressions of Dogs Show they are Like Humans

    Hahaha. Dogs' expressions are almost human.
    Last edited by salvaalonso; 10-24-2016 at 03:28 AM.

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    Re: Facial Expressions of Dogs Show they are Like Humans

    Aside from the typical emotions of happiness and sadness, I have also seen one of my dogs experience a lot of jealousy. Whenever I would pet Loki but not Thanos, Thanos would bump my arm gently and whine until I started to pet him too. It can be a pretty funny to see a big, black dog whine and beg for pets :)

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    Re: Facial Expressions of Dogs Show they are Like Humans

    When you see your dog's reaction when you come home after 8 hours of job is awesome. It wags its tail and revolves around you, tries to lick your face. I love dogs. They are men's truest and best friends.

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    Re: Facial Expressions of Dogs Show they are Like Humans

    They really are like human, especially with dogs. They show excitement, happiness, sadness, aggressiveness, etc, they are a moody as we are. They are unpredictable, they tend to show jealousy when there's another pet roaming around. They are attention seeker and they provide unconditional love to their owner.

 

 

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