Why your dog understands you more than you think
Have you ever wondered if your dog understands you more than you think? There are a number of clues that your dog reveals to you that will make this obvious. Dogs use body language to communicate with the humans they live with. Your angry friend also uses various vocal sounds to communicate what he is thinking.
These signs of communication become very apparent, especially if they haven’t seen you in a long time, like when you get home from work or even after you’ve played a round of golf. A dog will usually greet you and often jump up and look for a sign that he understands that he needs to be touched. The jumping action often means that his front legs will touch you. This is a good thing. This can also mean that he wants to go for a walk. Your dog can also bark at you. This means that they are eager for attention from him. Giving them care is good for their mental health. Taking them out for a walk is also good for their health and will be good for yours too.
Your pet dog understands that you will respond to such actions as jumping and barking when you return home from a long day at work. Maybe you need to sit with them on the couch and hug them. This can be done while waiting for your dinner to cook in the microwave or while reading your mail. This could also lead to taking your furious friend for a ride. If your dogs want you to cuddle up with you, it could mean that they are trying to communicate with you to go for a walk. They will understand that hugging them ultimately means you are taking them for a ride. Going for a walk is very important to them as they will be able to use the full range of their senses. Of course, it means your very well developed sense of smell. When you talk them out for a walk let them enjoy the use of their sense of smell.
Your dog uses his sense of smell as a way of communicating with other dogs and as a way of understanding where he has been before. They may have even been trying to communicate to you where you should take them for a walk. This could also mean that they understand that after you take them for a walk, you will eventually give them a treat to suck on like a milk bone.