What part of your dog...

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  1. sassafras

    sassafras mushinois

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    Pip, it's his posture. His face has exactly two expressions - serious or not serious - but his overall posture conveys an almost endless range of emotions.

    Squash... his face. It's hard for me to specify more than that. Maybe eyes and mouth... but his whole face is just so dang expressive.

    Maisy... tail for sure.
     
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    Ollie is definitely her ears :D I can't wait to get a tattoo of her silly little ears!

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    nikkiluvsu15 Wild At Heart

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    Harleigh expresses herself really well with her face and eyes! However, there is rarely a time when she is sad/mad/etc., she is almost always happy. It's kinda scary, LOL.
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    She can pull off the "woe" look though!
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    This one I find funny :D It was after she ran into the river and quickly realized that there was indeed a drop-off.
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    Classic: His dragon ears. Straight up he's interested in something, airplane ears means he is disgruntled, back in dragon position means he's happy and wants some love.

    Zuma: Her eyes. I really don't think I've had a dog that is sooo expressive with their eyes before. Hers range from squinty/happy to wide eyed crazy.

    Zinga: Her tail. I may hate the gay tail but she is so expressive with it! The curlier it is, the happier she is.
     
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    With Maddie I was going to say eyes, but now that I think of it its really her whole face. Or really her mouth. She has the funniest facial expressions, she can wrinkle or curl her lips when she's in a snarky mood, or floppy when she's excited, or tight when she's frisky :D lol

    With Bailey its her ears, definitely! Although, she does have expressive, worried eyes :eek:
     
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    maxfox426 My dog tickles my soul

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    That (bolded) is what Morgan is like, too, and also why I can't trust Morgan's eyes to communicate. He uses the worried eyes for everything. LOL
     

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