Assisi Animal Health Discusses How to Read Your Pet's Body Language

Wednesday, October 26, 2016 Lifestyle News J E 4

PINEHURST, N.C., Oct. 26, 2016 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Assisi Animal Health has created and developed the Assisi Loop®--an effective non-pharmaceutical anti-inflammatory device (NPAID®) that works as a PEMF therapy for horses. The Loop helps heal wounds and relieve pain in cats, dogs, and horses. Assisi Animal Health discusses how to decipher your cat's and/or dog's signals.

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A cat's ears can be very expressive. Ears tilting forward means they are relaxed and happy overall. If they are slanted to the side or back, it indicates they are upset.

When you look into your cat's eyes and they are wide open, they are listening to your voice. However, eyes wide with no blinking indicates they do not want to be bothered.

A cat's tail can also indicate its mood. When a cat is relaxed, it will walk around with its tail down. If it is moving fast from side to side, it's a good sign the cat is upset. If the cat quickly whips its tail, it feels threatened.


A dog's tail is an easy indicator of its mood. When a dog is wagging its tail it is happy and excited. However, if the tail is held high and rigid and more of a quivering motion, it could be an indicator of displeasure and unrest.   If a stiff and quivering tail is coupled with stiff legs and tense muscles, move away from the animal as this may be the sign of potential trouble. 

When a dog is relaxes, its ears will be held in a natural position. Raised ears means the dog is alert and watching someone or something. When a dog wants to warmly greet someone, its ears will be gently pulled back. If they are pulled back and down, the dog is scared.

A dog's eyes also indicate a number of moods. A frightened dog will have smaller appearing and darting eyes, and squinting eyes can be a sign of pain. A defensive dog will either stare at you directly in your eyes, or avoid looking at you while showing the whites of its eyes.

Assisi Animal Health's clinical solutions complete the Circle of Care®—the collaboration of veterinarians and owners in animal health and healing. Our company helps veterinary professionals and owners improve the quality of life for companion animals using the Assisi Loop, the non-invasive, non-pharmaceutical healing device that is based on the same FDA-cleared technology used on humans. The device uses low-level pulses of electromagnetic energy to reduce pain and swelling, and to enhance recovery.

Media Contact: Kaysie Dannemiller, Assisi Animal Health, 866-830-7342,

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