As nearly every dog owner will tell you, the only one who loves the daily dog walk more than the dog is the dog’s owner. Sure, sometimes it may feel like a nuisance, like during a rain shower or snowstorm, or on those mornings when you would rather sleep in, but your doggie is clear that he will not wait for you.
Dogs have a myriad of behaviours all of which are used to communicate to their owner or other furry friends of their needs — to play, to eat, to sleep, etc. While dog owners adore and sometimes marvel at their strange behaviours like hair chewing, it’s important to know when the behaviour goes from being cute to concerning.
If you find that your dog is playfully nibbling on you, he or she is most likely trying to show you some affection or to get you to engage in playing along with them. However, this behaviour may lead to aggressive biting once your dog grows older.
Is your dog giving you deaf ears? Do you feel your dog is intentionally not listening to you? Many people have a hard time keeping their dog’s attention. Many dog parents can’t figure out why their dog is not listening. In fact, one of the most common crises to solve as a dog parent is when your dog ignores you.
So, why does my dog always follow me and not my husband? Your curious dog follows you and not your husband for different reasons, but the main one is usually that they like you best and have bonded with you the most.
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