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Smiling Dogs that make your day – No need to buy unlike Amazon Smile

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

Amazon Smile is a campaign that gives 0.5% to charity on the amount of your purchase from the site. This article is not about that but the images on the video can really put a smile on your face. That’s for free!





[VIDEO]: Look at these smiling dogs to make your day. This is a way of beating stress. So, gain from these dogs for your health.



Amazon Smile Reference

Amazon Smile is a simple and automatic way for you to support your favorite charitable organization every time you shop, at no cost to you. When you shop at Amazon, you’ll find the exact same low prices, vast selection and convenient shopping experience as , with the added bonus that Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to your favorite charitable organization. You can choose from nearly one million organizations to support. However, this campaign has been criticized by some so we’ll stick with the smiling dogs.



Revealing Dog’s bared teeth is not smiling

Children particularly tend to mistake a dog’s bared teeth for a “smile”. Ith is often the reason kids end up getting bitten by dogs when they try to zoom in for a hug. (Your periodic reminder: Dogs hate hugs.) For example, to a kid, it could kind of look like the dog below is smiling. To the researchers who study DogFACS, this expression is the painstakingly unemotional combination of AU110 (upper-lip raised), AU109 (nose wrinkled), and AU116 (lower-lip depressed), as Catia Caeiro of the University of Lincoln explained in an email to Science of Us.



Sad Looking Dog

The inner raised eyebrow just makes dogs look so sad. As if they are desperate for human companionship and care; it also makes their eyes look larger, and therefore more infant-like. “It’s a ‘You look like an infant baby, here, I’ll protect you,’ kind of thing”. It’s an assessment based on human interpretation but not really that of the dog’s emotions.



No Guilty Look

Remember the “guilty look,” or the face your dog makes when you get home and find your favorite shoes have been used as chew toys? Is it truly a look of guilt — as in, the dog knows he’s done something wrong? Or is it a reaction to their human companion’s angry face?



The Bond Matters

“It’s completely fine to follow your intuition” when interpreting your dog’s emotions. If the bond is there, that’s based on this special relationship and this special history we have with dogs.” People who love their dogs likely already get the gist.



Smiling Images

The dogs might not be smiling at all in some of the images – but they are still a stress-relief. So, happy viewing for good health.

http://edition.cnn.com/2016/08/11/health/dogs-humans-language-faces/

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