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Adopted dog can't stop wagging her tail - she's so happy

2024-03-02T18:34:54.606Z

Highlights: Adopted dog can't stop wagging her tail - she's so happy. Here you can find out four signs that you can tell that your dog is happy. Happy dogs show enthusiasm by rapidly wagging a low, untucked tail, sometimes so intensely that their entire rear end sways. A tucked or cocked tail signals insecurity or fear. Other signals are also important when assessing mood, such as ear position, facial expressions and weight distribution. The new WhatsApp channel from Landtiere.de is here! Animal tips and touching news can be found on our WhatsApp channel: Click here to go directly to Tierverliebt.



As of: March 2, 2024, 7:23 p.m

By: Lara-Sabrina Kiehl

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Annie is a Bernese mountain dog who has every reason to be happy and shows it clearly.

Why is she so happy?

She feels right at home in her new home.

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@thebernerbunch has already adopted five Bernese Mountain Dogs.

The dog Annie is one of them and stands out from the others with a special feature.

She constantly wags her tail.

She just can't help it.

In a sweet video, her owner shows the

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community how much she enjoys doing it and what crazy moments she has.

Numerous users are “in love with shock”.

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Adopted dog clearly shows her happiness

“Her happiness meter is running at full speed 24/7,” Annie’s owner wrote in the post.

This refers to the dog's tail and at the beginning of the video Annie stands in front of the camera and wags her tail so that her hips move with it.

The video text says: “Seven months ago we adopted an adult rescue dog.

And since then her tail hasn't stopped wagging.” A Labrador also performs an excited waggling dance of sheer joy.

To demonstrate this, the clip shows many other situations in which the dog does what characterizes her: she wags her tail, whether she is lying on the lawn, whether she is eating, lying on her back, on the porch chills or sleeps – it clearly expresses your joy and well-being.

“I think it’s fair to say she’s a very happy girl,” the video concludes.

Here you can find out four signs that you can tell that your dog is happy.

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What the rod reveals about dogs and their minds

“The happiest girl ever,” one user adds to @thebernerbunch.

Another user is enthusiastic: “Something so happy is contagious.”

But does a wagging tail always mean that the dog is happy?

In many cases yes, but the entire dog should always be considered, because this is not always an expression of joy in dog language.

You can tell whether your dog is in a bad mood by looking at these five signs.

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A dog's tail plays a crucial role in his communication and can express different states of mind.

When dogs want to impress other dogs, they make themselves big, remain stiff and wag their tails slowly, which can signal tension.

The height of the tail is another indication: when relaxed, it hangs loosely, while confident dogs carry it higher to appear more present, sometimes even curled over the crest of their back.



Happy dogs show enthusiasm by rapidly wagging a low, untucked tail, sometimes so intensely that their entire rear end sways.

A tucked or cocked tail signals insecurity or fear.

Read here what the direction of a dog's tail wagging reveals.

Other signals are also important when assessing mood, such as ear position, facial expressions and weight distribution.

Ears that are folded back indicate insecurity or fear, while ears that are upright and pointed forward can indicate high attention or showmanship.

Ears laid back and rumps lowered may also occur when happy.

TikTok users are “in love” with dog Annie

How happy

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users are about dog Annie's happiness is shown by their comments under the clip, which has been viewed more than 700,000 times.

The over 170,000 likes also testify to this.

Here is a small selection of the most beautiful comments:

  • “She’s just particularly happy!

    ❣️“

  • "I'm in love!

    😍”

  • “For me it’s the full body shake!

    😭”

  • "If you ask her 'Are you happy?'

    I swear to you, she nods and whispers 'yes, yes'!

    🥰”

  • “Shock in love!

    🥰”

  • “This is the cutest video!

    I love the frog legs with the tail.

    💕 She’s one lucky lady!”

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Source: merkur

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