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Dogs have interesting ways to communicate their love to us. Some signs may not be overtly projected to us albeit they are there. Some others may be very direct and obvious. As you read thru these signs you’ll only end up loving your pet dog even more.
Does it lick your face? If yes, then rejoice the adoration it bestows on you. Licking happens for reasons like grooming you, accepting you as a superior, seeing you as a parent or wanting to be fed.
Leaning on you: This is yet another symbol of its love for you. He/she sees you as his pillar and a protector because it trusts and loves you. The pooch may tilt to you for some consolation in times of stress/insecurity or simply is looking for your love and caress.
It will yawn when it sees you yawning: A study that was carried out a few years ago in Japan concluded that dogs yawn contagiously when their favorite human yawns. So next time you yawn in front of your dog notice if it responds with some mouth stretching.
Bringing its favorite toy to you: If your pup brings his most desired toy to you it means it truly and deeply loves and respects you. It treats you like a pack leader perhaps wanting to please you. It trusts you with his personal belongings and wants to share them to show he cares for you. So bringing a dog toy doesn’t just mean it wants play. Of course you can always respond to this love by a little play session with your furry fan.
Sleeping in your bedroom: A dog’s urge to sleep next to you clearly indicates it wants to cling on to its pack member/leader. Observe where it likes to snooze and if it’s your bed room or crib, be sure it adores you. If you don’t allow it on your bed it’ll happily settle for a cozy spot in your bedroom.
Your dog is calm when you leave home: A frenetic panic implies separation anxiety in dogs which you wouldn’t want the dog to suffer from. However seeing you off calmly means it is sure you will return and is a way of exerting its trust and confidence in you.
And is Elated to see you back home: When you return from work after a tiring day and your dog is the happiest being to see you home, it brings a reassuring smile to you of its unconditional love. Coming home to a chirpy pooch jumping with excitement and wagging its tail is all you need to wash up that fatigue.
Staring in your eyes: When it makes a direct eye contact while the two of you are spending time playing, cuddling or during other normal activities is a sign of its fondness for you. Perhaps it is a way of cementing the bond two of you share.
Does it like to cuddle after mealtime? Good tasting and healthy food is anyone’s weakness including dogs. According to neuroscientist Gregory Berns after a dog has eaten his meal what he does next denotes what’s important to it apart from food. If it cuddles you after any of its meals be sure of its love for you!
Move up its left eyebrow: Another study from Japan sheds light on a dog’s facial movement as indicating love for its master. The experiment involved introducing dogs to a stranger, their parent, dog toy/treats and an object they disapproved. Upon seeing their parent/owner the dogs lifted their left eye-brow. None of the other stimuli incited the same response. It was concluded that dogs are more cautious when exposed to items they don’t like or strangers.
Your dog has more than one way to say I LOVE You, emotions like these are a two way street! You got to love your pet to win loads of love in return. What ways do you employ daily to cosset your pooch with some TLC?
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