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10 Things Your Dog Tries To Tell When He Looks Straight Into Your Eyes

03 May 2016 | by | Posted in: Wag News


Ever wondered why your pet dog keeps giving you the look of a shameless sugar cube and makes you feel like a diabetic? Or for that matter why that supposed smirk when you get back from office? We know you may find it difficult to decipher ‘why’, but we have it all sorted out. Whenever you find your dog staring at you, know for sure he means to say the following things.

1. It’s Nature’s call

This is an absolute no-brainer. He means his private business is due, and since you don’t want him doing it on your carpet you better make a dash.

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2. It’s time for my favorite treat

If you have been irregular with his meals and treats, time to keep a tab. Dogs are very vigilant when it comes to food. To save yourself the stare, go ahead and give him his favourite biscuit in time.

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3. It’s playtime

Watching your favourite shows with your dog at home? Well your dog happens to love real life action sans drama. He loves to play the game of fetch, or just roll in the garden with you. Dogs are full of energy and physical activity is a must for them.

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4. A long drive wouldn’t hurt

Dogs love to poke their head’s out of the window, sticking out their tongue and enjoying the tantalizing breeze. If you have your car and dog around in close proximity, his stare is your cue.

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5. It’s sleep time

You might be ignoring your biological clock, but dogs don’t. Dogs usually take short naps throughout the day. To feel completely refreshed they need to sleep at night. It cannot help but think that you are acting crazy by staying up that late.

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6. Too stressed? I’m here

Dogs can sense your mood. If you feel low at the end of the day, his stare can be a sign of solidarity and compassion.






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7. I don’t feel okay

Dogs can have a bad day or fall sick. They will look up to you to find the emotional and physical comfort.

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8. What wrong did I do?

If you have snubbed him for something, he might not feel guilty. However, your dog stares at you poker faced to gauge your mood.

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9. You smell like…

Dogs like to know things by sniffing. If you smell different, dogs would like to know the cause. Your dog might be seeking your approval, lest you fly off the handle.

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10. I love you

The loyalty of a dog is a more than enough a sign of love for you. It seeks to reaffirm its love with a warm gaze at you.

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Now make sure you figure out why your dog is staring at you the next time around and do your your furball a favour!

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