Discovery of wagging tails speaks volumes, Your Lifestyle Products comment on recent findings

Recent research has discovered that your dog wagging its tail is not just a sign of happiness. Your lifestyle Products comment.

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Gatwick, Surrey (PRWEB UK) 12 February 2014

Research has revealed that a dog’s tail wag tells a tale of mood, and not always a happy one. A dog wagging the tail to the right more means it is a happy pooch, whilst if the swishing is dominated to the left, then this signals a nervous dog reports BBC on 31st October 2013. According to the neuroscientist from University of Trento, Professor Georgio Vallortigara, states that “It is very well known in humans that the left and right side of the brain are differently involved in stimuli that invokes positive or negative emotions.” (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-24746107)

Similar to humans, a dog’s right side of the brain is responsible for the left handed movements and vice versa. The two hemispheres of the brain play different roles in emotions. According to researchers, this finding would give owners, vets and trainers an insight into the animal’s emotions. In addition, research from University of Lincoln found that dogs turned their heads to the left when looking at an aggressive dog and to the right when looking at a happy dog.

From the findings, Your Lifestyle Products commented, “The research poses very interesting findings about understandings pets, especially dogs. Though dogs wagging tails has often been misunderstood as a sign of happiness, it is beneficial to know that it can also indicate nervousness.”

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For more details, contact Your Lifestyle Products on 0208 619 0025 or email: csuk(at)yourlifestyle(dot)com.


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