Whale eye is a dog body language cue that occurs when a dog shows the whites of their eyes. This can happen when a dog is feeling anxious, stressed, or even fearful.
To identify whale eye, look for the whites of your dog's eyes to be visible.
If you see whale eye in your dog, it is important to give them some space. They may need a few minutes to calm down. If your dog is whale eyeing another dog, try to separate them.
Dogs may show whale eye when they are feeling anxious or stressed.
Dogs may also show whale eye when they are feeling fearful. This can be due to a variety of factors, such as being abused
Dogs may also show whale eye when they are in pain. This is because pain can cause anxiety and stress.
If you see whale eye in your dog frequently, or if it is accompanied by other signs of stress, such as panting, lip licking, or tail tucking