Do dogs communicate with one another like people do? Well, we know that canines can’t “speak” in the same way that humans do, but they do actually send one another cues and communicate in their own doggie language of picture images. Pretty cool, right? In terms of communicating with one another– let’s not forget the importance of a growl, teeth snarl, tail wagging and of course the bark. For more information on how to read dog behavior and communication, you can take a training course offered at your local kennel or daycare, find a trainer who you and your pup vibe with and or take a class on animal communication (if you so dare). You never know when it might become handy to communicate on a different level with your pet.