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Do dogs feel shame?

shows in their face a lot but do they really feel it?

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Puppies do feel ashamed when they have done something wrong and are reprimanded for it; you find them whining alone at a corner. When he does a wrong thing and you give him strong eye contact and reproof in a firm tone, he learns to associate the act with a wrong and avoids the mistake.

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Of course,watch their tail!

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No it dosnt

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Yes they do
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Yes, animals feel every emotion we do.

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Absolutely...my Blue Heeler walks up to me every morning as if she has done something wrong (no telling what it was),and then cheers up after I pet her.

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She's getting forgiveness in advance....smart girl
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Haha,they all know how to work me.....
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I Wouldn't Know,Im Not A Dog.

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Yes!!! They have emotions! Once i stepped on my dogs tail and he gave me the saddest face ever and walked away then i ran to him and said i was so sorry?then he looked happy!

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Animals feel whole range of emotions n feelings superbly more than humans, but because humans cannot comprehend. Humans believe they r falsely superior, since human values r physical n sighted. While animals senses beyond humans, generally they get along better with each other meow

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