According To Science, This Is What It Means When Dogs Tilt Their Head

6) Butt Scoot

This could be a sign that your dog has a dirty butt and is trying to get it clean. It can also mean that your dog has an anal gland problem or that they have worms.

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7) Chasing Their Tails

This behavior can actually be caused by several things, such as your dog is in a tight space where the movement is restricted, that they are bored, they have fleas, not knowing what their tail is if they are a puppy or irritated anal glands.

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8) Post-Bath Hyperactivity

Your dog can get a bit hyper after a bath because they are so glad to be out of that bath. They may shake, rub, and run around just to get dry and rid of the sensation of being wet.

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9) Head Out of the Window in the Car

Dogs stick their head out the window so that they are closer to their surroundings and can be fully immersed in this new environment they are experiencing.

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10) Humps Things

There’s usually nothing sexual about this at all. Dogs hump things because they are trying to dominate the object they are humping or because they are excited or seeking attention.

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5 thoughts on “According To Science, This Is What It Means When Dogs Tilt Their Head

  1. Wasting money on why dogs tilt their heads when we could be spending it on our Soldiers and homeless.
    99.9% of the time the people do I g these “expiraments” get everything wrong anyway or only partially right.

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