When looking at our face, how do dogs (or possibly other pet animals) know how to look into our eyes, instead of for example at our mouth where the sound of our speech is coming from? It is a humanlike behavior we commonly observe among dogs that we can take for granted.
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Hi tlmcgaa70 I was just curious about the coydog you mentioned. Are you sure he was not looking at your face and not your eyes? A lot of wild carnivores tend to look at our face to read intentions and cats tend to do the same. (ran out of spaces,sorr
if this is true then why did a feral coydog i was trying to tame look me in the eyes briefly when we first met, and even after, he would glance into my eyes to better understand my outstretched hand of offering of food.
That is interesting but most wild animals will avoid looking in your eyes. He must have been very perceptive