We all know that our doggys love us deeply, they might have difficulty expressing it in the same manner as we humans do. We are totally wild about our doggy, and we are not afraid to express and show it. Even though we buy them everything they need like treats, toys, fancy collars, and comfy beds still it is difficult for us to let our doggy know how special they are in our lives.
We can tell if our doggy loves us, but the question is…do we know how to tell our doggy that we love them back?
Most of the time, we are able to tell our doggys that we love them through mimicry. Our doggys rely on facial expressions and our body language to communicate with them. The better we understand doggy communication and how our doggy feels, the better we will be able to empathize and bond with them. The better we can express our love for them. No matter how much we love our furry babies, sometimes the hustles and bustles of life just gets in the way. Showing our doggys the affection we want to — and the affection they deserve — often falls to the short.
In reality, we don’t need a lot of time to show our doggys how much we love and care for them. Letting our doggys know that we love them can be easy with simple acts and gestures. Making some simple adjustments to your normal day can reap huge rewards for the relationship with your dog.
Try these activities:
Hang Out With Your Doggy – letting your doggy hang around while you work can help him feel like he’s part of your busy day. When the family is watching TV, let your doggy join the family. You can even give him a chew toy to enjoy while enjoying the movie or TV.
Physical Touch – gently massage your doggy’s belly or behind their ears. Another way to show affection is brushing your doggy with a soft brush.
Have Some Cuddle Time – try waking up early each day, about five or 10 minutes early to have some quick cuddle time with your doggy. It’ll help set the tone for the entire day.
Leave Toys For Them To Play – make sure your doggy has plenty of mental stimulation. Leave some toys into which treats can be stuffed,your doggy will stay engaged while working on getting the treat.
Quick Walks – It is best to get outside with your doggy and spend 10 -15 minutes for a quick walk.
Never Forget To Praise – praise them for behaving perfectly like just lying there and being quiet or doing something cute. This helps to reinforce their good behavior.
Feeding Your Doggy By Hand – try to feed your doggy by hand. This will show your doggy that you are the food provider and can reduce food aggression.
Doggys can express a lot through their body language if you just know what to look for. Learning how doggys communicate can reduce stress and makes them feel at ease. This will help increase their trust in you and build a loving relationship.
As long as you protect, guard, and take care of your doggy, you can be sure that your dog will feel that they are very important and being loved.