Dogs have a range of emotions, but crying as humans do is not one of them.
Dogs have tear ducts, but they primarily use them for eye protection, not emotional tears.
Dogs communicate their emotions through body language, vocalizations, and behavior.
Recognize signs of distress in dogs, like whining or whimpering.
Provide comfort and support when your dog is upset, using petting and soothing words.
If your dog displays unusual behavior, consult a veterinarian to rule out any health issues.
While dogs don't cry tears of emotion, they do have various ways to express their feelings.