Do You Know Your Dog?
This article is awesome, just last night I was laying on the couch and our dog Lucy popped up staring at me. Yes, I knew what she wanted , she needed to go outside and go to the bathroom. I kept saying to her, “what a drag that you can’t talk”!
I am a big believer in the fact that dog’s can pick up on many human emotions, and last time I checked nobody else would jump up and lick my face when I walk in the door, which is a good thing
In a recent survey of more than 1,000 U.S. dog owners by Pup-Peroni reveals that the majority believe they are fluent in “dog.” Nearly three in four (74 percent) people surveyed reported that their dog’s body language and facial expressions let them know how their pet is feeling, while 70 percent believe they have “shared a look” with their pooch on at least one occasion.
American dog owners are so confident about the bond they share with their pups that nearly half (49 percent) believe they know exactly what their pet is thinking, and more than a third (34 percent) report that they’ve had an entire “conversation” with their dog without saying a word.