Energetic Pomeranians Can't Stop Wagging Their Tails With Excitement
Every time their owner looks down at them, these three adorable puppies have their tails shaking like little pom-poms. Watch as these playful canines cannot contain their excitement and continuously wag their tails like windmills! Too cute!
Tail wagging means a lot more to a dog than “I’m pleased to see you”. A wag to the right signifies happiness, and a wag to the left fear. This dog behaviour reflects what is happening in their brain. Scientists have also discovered that dogs signal to other dogs via their tails in ways hidden from humans. A secret dog language, incredible, right?
Pomeranians are such wonderful, friendly, generous and lovable creatures and this video is the perfect proof of that. Watch as these tiny pups stare at their owner with their loving and caring eyes, constantly wagging their tail and staring right up at the camera!
The most common misinterpretation of dogs is the myth that a dog wagging its tail is happy and friendly. While some wags are indeed associated with happiness, others can mean fear, insecurity, a social challenge or even a warning that if you approach, you are apt to be bitten.
Sometimes tail wagging serves the same communication functions as a human smile, a polite greeting or a nod of recognition. Smiles are social signals that humans use in situations where somebody is around to see them. For dogs, the wag seems to serve the same purpose!
In addition, dogs' eyes are much more sensitive to movement than they are to details or colors, so a moving tail is very visible to other dogs. So, the next time your dog wags its tail don’t forget to pay closer attention to the encrypted message!