Ever Seen Your Dog Squint, here’s what it means.

Dogs will use eyes to express moods, and we love dog’s squinting, this is usually a positive sign of contentment, joy and happiness.

A confident socialised dog, during dog to dog induction will squint whilst gazing elsewhere. This is a clear indication your dog is not at all interested in rough play or even a hint of aggression.

Sometimes if you tell your dog of, your dog may squint, but this is usually followed by your dog nudging your hand in an act of saying “sorry”.

When you next give your dog a belly rub, have a look at his eyes, hopefully you can detect a squint and maybe even a smile!

When you’re next  taking your dog out in Redhill or Reigate,  just watch the dogs for 10 mins.

Here’s a wonderful picture of Abby and Lexi, taken at our Doggy Day Care Centre. This picture demonstrates squinting – Abby is in  a very happy, content and joyful mood, you can even see her smile, with her friend Lexi.

Dog's Squinting

Dog’s Squinting

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