Possibly silly, but how do you really know when a dog is tired?

Three year old (?) shepherd-husky-pit mix that we adopted about a week ago. I’m still figuring out what he really enjoys and what motivates him, but I realized I don’t really have a way of knowing when he’s exhausted. He’s usually quite content to settle down regardless of the activity level of the day, as long as you’re with him. I’ve been freaking out if you start missing simple commands, that means you’re probably ready for a nap; a walk today was a bit long, and at the end of it he didn’t seem to understand “sit” which has a very strong understanding. Are there any signs I should look for to make sure you have enough activity?

Three year old (?) shepherd-husky-pit mix that we adopted about a week ago. I’m still figuring out what he really enjoys and what motivates him, but I realized I don’t really have a way of knowing when he’s exhausted. He’s usually quite content to settle down regardless of the activity level of the day, as long as you’re with him. I’ve been freaking out if you start missing simple commands, that means you’re probably ready for a nap; a walk today was a bit long, and at the end of it he didn’t seem to understand “sit” which has a very strong understanding. Are there any signs I should look for to make sure you have enough activity?

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