Unfortunately, talking dogs only exist in fairy tales and movies. Who knows, maybe someday we'll see a device that reads their thoughts or a real Dr. Dolittle will be born. Until then, we must be observant and read the dog's body language correctly. Even so, we can guess what some dogs would like to say if they could actually talk.
JUST BECAUSE I'M OLD DOESN'T MEAN I DON'T NEED TO BE WITH YOU ANYMORE
Even if your dog rests more often in old age, he still wants your attention. They say you can't teach an old dog new tricks. So ignore this myth exactly. Older dogs need just as much love and attention as younger ones. Exercising with them will no longer be the same as when you were young, but you will teach even a senior dog a new trick.
RUNNING IN THE GARDEN IS NO REPLACEMENT FOR A WALK
A walk should be part of your dog's daily care. Don't neglect it just because you have a fenced yard or garden. Your dog needs regular mental stimulation by discovering new places and smells.
HUGGING IS NOT MY FAVORITE ACTIVITY
Believe it or not, most dogs actually show anxiety when someone hugs them. He feels so trapped. If they narrow their eyes or drop their ears, chances are they don't like your hug.
WHEN I WAGGLE MY TAIL IT DOESN'T ALWAYS MEAN I'M HAPPY
There's no wiggle like wiggle. Dogs can wag their tails in a number of ways, and they always mean something different. If the dog has its tail low and wags it from side to side, it is usually happy. If it's high, he's probably upset. Experts say that when their tail wags primarily to the right, they are happy, while when they wag their tail to the left, they indicate nervousness.
I NEED MOVEMENT!
You come home and the first thing you do is trip over your chewed-up shoes, take a step, and step into the dirt that is spilled from an overturned flower pot. Your dog has probably prepared a similar welcome for you. And do you know what he meant to tell you? "I have a lot of energy that I need to get out, so I amused myself!"
Of course, we don't want to blame anyone for not paying enough attention to the dog. Sometimes it happens that a dog demolishes an apartment, even if it has walked dozens of kilometers. Rather, we want to point out the unfortunate choice of a dog breed whose nature does not correspond to the owner's lifestyle. After all, such a Hungarian Hound is such a nice and pleasant companion at first glance, and there are so many people around him, he will certainly be happy in the apartment. But the opposite can be true. If people choose their pets based on appearance and learn little about their nature, both parties are most likely to suffer.