#09 – How Dogs Cry?
A common activity for dogs is to whine when they are trying to satisfy their owners, typically following a scolding or punishment. Appeasing behaviors include tail tucking, rolling over on the back and an having no eye contact. Since dogs do not shed watery tears when they are expressing emotion, a watery discharge emitting from a dog’s eyes typically points to obstructed tear ducts. This condition is referred to as epiphora and can lead to annoyance of the skin as well as reddish-brown patches around the eyes.