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Things Dogs Like and Don't Like

Things Dogs Like and Don't Like

Dogs are man's best friend, and they live up to it. Dogs are amusing, brilliant, loyal, and just great to be around. They make a great companion. They love to play, they love to cuddle, and they love to hang out with you. Dogs are great, but they aren't perfect. They have a lot of likes and dislikes, and we will look at those in this blog.


[ Things Dogs Like ]


They Love To Eat


Dogs can be funny creatures. If they are given their favorite treat during lunchtime, it could be the best day of their life. As a dog owner, you should remember that your pet dearly loves to eat, and your responsibility is to make sure he receives enough good nutrition to stay healthy at all times.


They Like When You Make Their Bed


Dogs appreciate it when you make their bed. It shows that you care that they sleep comfortably, after all. But if your pup doesn't like the way you made their bed, then he will surely come upstairs and make himself comfy in your bed.


Dogs Like To Swim
Dogs are natural-born swimmers, often outpacing humans in the water. But please do not put your pup in the pool after reading this. Some brachiocephalic don't enjoy swimming.


[ Things Dogs Don't Like ]


They Don't Like Shouting


When you rant and rave at your dog, they'll feel frightened and react with resentment. And when dogs are fearful or resentful, they will begin to resist taking your directions because they don't want to lead to more angering episodes. So it's better don't scream at your pups when they do something wrong.


They Hate Hugs


It's been discovered that dogs don't like to be hugged. They take embracing as an act of dominance and don't like it. If you're still not convinced, pay close attention to how their facial expressions change when people attempt a hug.


Dogs Don't Like Grooming.


It can be funny, but dogs don't like getting groomed. If this is the case, it is due to anxiety and a negative association from past experiences. This anxiety can be treated by transitioning your dog from something they dislike into something more positive. It's best to start grooming from a young age.


Conclusion


Dogs, like humans, have different personalities. Some are high-strung, while others are pretty laid back. Please do some research before getting a dog about their likes and dislikes, so you don't feel any difficulty in the long run.