It would be so much easier for us to communicate with our dogs. Although they are unable to speak, we can see how they behave and feel by what they do. These 12 signs can help you tell if your dog enjoys the life you give her.

#1 – Relaxed Eye The ASPCA (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty To Animals) states that "when your dog is happy and relaxed, his eyes will remain the same shape." This means that you should pay attention to how your dog's eyes appear when they are doing different activities or at different times of the day. As you notice the differences, your dog will become more alert and you'll be able to better read his mood. 

#2 – Relaxed Mouth The ASPCA recommends that you look at your dog's mouth. "When your dog is happy and relaxed, his mouth will likely be closed or slightly open." This can help you to determine his mood. A dog who is constantly pawning their mouth could indicate that they are stressed or hot. This is not a happy behavior. 

#3 – Comfortable Ear Pay attention to his ears. According to the ASCPA, a relaxed, happy dog will "hold his ears naturally." This will vary depending on his breed and how their ears are placed. 

#4 – Tail Carriage The tail is another part of your dog’s body language. The tail carriage can be a sign that your dog is happy. The ASPCA states that a relaxed dog will hold his tail in the natural position. If your dog is happy, he might wag his tail gently to the side.

#5 – Relaxed Body Take a look at your dog's body. Are the muscles relaxed? According to the ASPCA, even a dog who is running around and jumping around wildly will have a relaxed physique with weight evenly distributed if they're happy.

#6 – Is Not Destructive Dogs that are destructive are often bored. Are you happy when your dog is bored? It is not often. A happy dog will not chew on your shoes or eat your sofa. Instead, he chews his toys.

#7 – Eats Well Some dogs may be pickier eaters than others but a happy dog will eat what you give him. Your dog may not want to eat if he isn't feeling well. Are you losing your dog or has his best friend gone to college?

#8 – Is Active Dogs are not cats. Dogs shouldn't be sleeping for more than 20 hours a day. While age and health are important factors, happy dogs should be active throughout the day. They should explore things and chew on toys. Your dog may be unusually quiet.

#9 – Solicits Attention Happy dogs will seek out attention and spend more time with their family. There are differences between people that must be considered, but a happy dog will want to spend time with his family.

#10 – Is Healthy The health of your dog is an indicator of his happiness. A happy dog is a healthy dog. Get your dog checked right away if he is experiencing any kind of illness.

#11 – Gets Excited! Do you see your dog running to greet you after you return from work? Happy dogs are excited about everything. This could be dinner, your family, walking, or whatever else it is that your dog loves. Your dog may not get excited if it isn't. A trip to the vet might be necessary.

#12 – Sleeps Well Do you let your dog choose a comfortable spot to drift off into dreams of eating bacon or chasing squirrels when it's time to go to bed? Happy, calm dogs will be able to sleep well. Dogs that are stressed will wake up and go to sleep. Dogs that are stressed out may not be able to fall asleep deep enough. This could lead to health problems. Talk to your vet or dog trainer to learn how to make your dog happy and relaxed so that he can fall asleep well.

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