Your dog has different kinds of barks — here’s why
Dogs are highly expressive animals and are always communicating exactly how they think and feel.
And although most of their communication happens with body language, they also have a surprisingly large range of vocalizations such as barks, yelps, whines and growls. In much the same way we use words to form sentences to say different things, dogs can vary their barks depending on what they’re feeling or trying to say.
And if you know what to listen for you can interpret the range of sounds your Labrador creates.
Here’s how to tell if there’s a burglar outside, it’s bathroom time, or if they’re just playful.
Sources: Business Insider