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#17 Happy Barks
Happy dogs generally have a higher pitched bark than agitated pups. They also usually bark for a shorter period of time.
But don’t judge a dog by its bark alone. It’s important to consider the other signs the dog is giving you, including her body carriage, before assuming all is good.
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Lori Wallace Campos
She loves her life… “What do you mean, this is your side of the bed, Mommy?” Love this little girl!