Simalarities Between a Human’s Confident Powerful Body Language and a Dog’s Confident Powerful Dog Behavior

There are similarities between a human’s confident powerful body language and a dog’s confident powerful dog behavior. I am a body language expert and currently the national spokesperson for Pup-Peroni dog treats. As part of the campaign, I am examining dog human interaction. There are some beautiful similarities between dog behavior and human body language and at times a new language created as dog and their pet parents work to understand and be understood.


In my body language programs, my business audience members learn that confidence and power are communicated by: Space, Openness and Relaxation


Dogs in turn communicate confidence by how they use space openness and relaxation.
When you want to show that you feel powerful you;
1. Expand your body up and out Head high Chest up
2. Keep your body windows, windows such as the eyes, mouth relaxed or heart,
palms of your hands.
3. Relax your stance and your body’s limbs and face so nothing is overly
tight or tense.

A dog shows his confidence and openness’s to interact by standing his
1. Head high, Ears up.
2. Mouth open
3. Posture relaxed, loose legs stance, weight flat on his paws.

The tail is more complex. Read your dogs “resting tail” to find out his normal is.
Typically a dog's

• Friendly tail is relaxed and down
• Confident tail goes straight out
• Dominant is up and tense
• Insecure fearful tail is low tense curled tight to the body or under.

Again reading the meaning in your dogs tail is important to understand your dogs emotional state. You need to read your dog’s normal resting pose to find his norm. Though there are breed exceptions, typically a higher tail indicates a dominant attitude and low tense tail curl under communicates insecurity and fear. Typically, a friendly tail is relaxed.

Patti Wood, MA, Certified Speaking Professional
The Body Language Expert
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Deception Scenes from movies and TV shows, Monty Python, "Dead Parrot" sketch.

Do you know any one minute famous scenes in movies, commercials or TV show that show lying and deception? I am thinking of funny scenes like the Monty Python, "Dead parrot" comedy sketch.

Do you know that scene? I mentioned the sketch to my wonderfully creative friend Enid and she the link to me minutes ago. It is still hysterical. I hadn’t watched it since I was 12. That is quite amazing as I have been quoting The lines.
“This parrot is dead, it has expired and gone to see it’s maker, it is no more”
“It’s not dead it’s resting.”
I know you might want to see here is the YouTube link. one minute famous scenes in movies, commercials or TV show that show lying and deception. I am thinking of funny scenes like the Monty Python dead parrot comedy routine. In fact I mentioned the scent to my wonderfully creative friend Enid and she sent me the scene a few minutes ago. It is still hysterical. I hadn’t watched it since I was 12. That is quite amazing as I have been quoting The line. “This parrot is dead, it has expired and gone to see it’s maker, it is not more” “It’s not dead it’s resting.”
I know you might want to see here is the YouTube link. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LyyNNPNv1a4
I am going to use this scene to show liars nonverbal cues, how liars stick to their stories, and questioning techniques for those seeking the truth.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LyyNNPNv1a4
I am going to use this scene to show liars nonverbal cues, how liars stick to their stories, and questioning techniques for those seeking the truth.





Patti Wood, MA, Certified Speaking Professional
The Body Language Expert
Web- http://www.PattiWood.net
I have a new quiz on my YouTubestation. Check it out!
YouTube- YouTube - bodylanguageexpert's Channel

What are your favorite famous scenes in movies, commercials or TV show that show lying and deception?

What are your favorite famous scenes in movies, commercials or TV show that show lying and deception. Imediately I think of funny scenes like the Monty Python dead parrot comedy routine. In fact I mentioned the scent to my wonderfully creative friend Enid and she sent me the scene a few minutes ago. It is still hysterical. I hadn’t watched it since I was 12. That is quite amazing as I have been quoting The line. “This parrot is dead, it has expired and gone to see it’s maker, it is not more” “It’s not dead it’s resting.” Ever since.


I know you might want to see here is the YouTube link. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LyyNNPNv1a4
I am going to use this scene to show liars nonverbal cues, how liars stick to their stories, and questioning techniques for those seeking the truth.




http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LyyNNPNv1a4





Patti Wood, MA, Certified Speaking Professional
The Body Language Expert
Web- http://www.PattiWood.net
I have a new quiz on my YouTubestation. Check it out!
YouTube- YouTube - bodylanguageexpert's Channel