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Eyes and Ears Speak Volumes About a Dog's Life

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August 14, 2013
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A wagging tail is not the only clue to a dog's level of happiness, according to researchers in Japan. A team from Azabu University say their studies suggest that if you really want to know how your dog feels, take a close look at its ears and eyebrows.


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