Why Do Dogs Tilt Their Heads?

To Hear Better

Dogs have better hearing than humans, but they can still have trouble hearing sounds that are coming from behind them or from a distance.

To See Better

Dogs have a wider field of vision than humans, but they have poorer depth perception.

To Show Interest

Dogs often tilt their heads when they are trying to understand what you are saying or doing.

To Be Playful 

Dogs may also tilt their heads when they are being playful or when they are trying to get your attention.

To Be Curious

Dogs are naturally curious creatures, and they are always eager to learn new things. 

To Be Submissive 

In some cases, dogs may tilt their heads as a sign of submission. 

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