Dogs use their eyes a lot in their communication. They can change their shape of their eye or do repeated blinking or not blink at all. In fact during their domestication dogs have developed extra muscles above their eyes, making…

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Recently scientists have figured out that a tail wag can also display a dog’s most inner feelings. It all comes down to lateralization. A dog’s brain, like a human’s, is divided into a left and a right hemisphere. The left hemisphere of the brain has control of the more positive emotions while the right hemisphere takes charge of the more frightening uncomfortable emotions.
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