1. Mood

Whether it’s sadness, happiness, calmness, or stress, our dogs always seem to know how we’re feeling. They can actually sniff out the chemical and pheromonal changes that correspond to our emotions.

What’s more, our canines keenly observe our every move, and they can read our expressions, body language, voice volume, and tones in order to determine our moods.
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Isabelle Johnson is an amazing dog parent. She has been around dogs since the age of 8. That's when her family received a Rottweiler for Christmas. Besides tending to her garden and teaching her grandchildren to play the piano, Isabelle is always researching on the latest raw diets for his dog. She is passionate about sharing her dog knowledge with as many people as she can.

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