A dog holding his/her tail down, ears back, corner of mouth back, groveling, movements with forepaws and body lowered is usually showing signs of submission. The more anxious or submissive the dog, the more tighly he/she will probably tuck his or her tail close to their body. And contrary to pupular belief, a wagging tail does not always mean your dog is happy and excited.
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