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Dog Body Language-Play Bowing

When your dog is play bowing, her rear end goes up, her front end goes down, her tail wags like crazy her eyes light up. She's saying, "I want to play," whether it's to another dog or to you. She may perform this friendly, attention-seeking maneuver when you're serious and she wants to change your tone. Accept her invitation to play if you're in the mood.

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