Many people really think that a head tilted means that their dog does not understand what he is trying to say. The opposite is true! Researchers at Loránd Eötvös University in Budapest (the oldest university in the country, founded in 1635) carefully examined dozens of dogs and their behavior when their owners gave them instructions or named various subjects in front of them.
“Some dogs are more docile and respond to up to 43 percent of stimuli. Others are less receptive. And the least interested was the dog, which responded to only two of the hundreds of stimuli, “ The final university report summarizes the age-old truth that for all living things, “whoever is not given from above will not buy in apathy.” However, the researchers kept the door ajar to the possibility that the dog tilts his head while listening carefully so that he has a better view of the thing that is being presented to him. “It simply came to our notice then. We have to admit that we don’t know exactly how it works yet. Why does even the smartest dog tilt his head only sometimes, but never always, “the university report estimates the next direction of scientific work.