It’s obvious that when you spend a lot of time with your dog, you sort of know so much about them, so much that sometimes you forget things about yourself.
When you’ve been living with a dog for too long, you know what they like, what they hate, their habits, what ticks them… everything. The relationship you have with your dog is like (or more than) one you have with your significant other! Here are some signs you know more about your dog than you know about yourself!
1. You know when your dog is paying attention to you. Guests might not know what it means when your dog tilts his head, but you know he’s doing that because he’s paying attention to you. Guests might think it’s cute, but they don’t know your dog’s listening!
2. You also know when your dog’s NOT paying attention to you or anything else, for that matter. Guests at home may be talking to them, but only you know that your dog has tuned out and is not paying any attention to them!
3. Your guests may be trying to get your dog’s attention after realizing that he isn’t paying any attention to them, but only you know how to motivate your dog to gain back his attention. Will you tell them how? Maybe, maybe not. Maybe not.
4. When you take your dog out for a walk, you know exactly what your dog would do if he saw something strange. You know their rhythm like the back of your hand, literally!
How many of you relate? Let us know in the comments! Watch out for Part 2!
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