Sunday, 17 March 2013
Humans Can Now Tell Dogs Facial Expressions
Scientists have shown that dogs actually have facial expressions.
A study found people are able to identify a precise range of emotions in dogs from slight movements in their facial expressions.
Humans are naturally attuned to detecting how their pets are feeling and can correctly spot when the animals are happy, sad, angry, scared or even surprised and guilty, the experts say.
Volunteers were shown a range of different images of the same dog and they were able to detect the exact emotion of the animal.
Maybe its that particular dog sha. The only dogs facial expression I know is if its about to bite someone.