We all know that dogs are people’s best friends. They are the most loyal and innocent animal on the planet. But have you ever wondered if dogs love you as much as you love them? The answer is YES. They love you unconditionally in their ways. Here are a few signs show that your dog loves you.
Being extremely happy when you get home
We all feel so special when opening the door and the dog wagging its tail crazily, jumping up and down like kangaroos. No matter how long you have been going out, sometimes it’s just a few minutes or even when you went into another room. They are just so happy to see you again.
At times, dogs pee a little when they see you, particularly if you pet them. It is quite common in puppies with less bladder control and usually disappears when the dog is mature. It’s not a sign that your dog is having a health problem. Don’t worry; it’s just an overexcited case!
Leaning against you
You can be extremely sure that dogs love you when they put their heads on your lap or lean on you when you are sitting on the floor. It shows that your dog feels completely comfortable, safe and secure. Sometimes when dogs are panicking or scared, they will lean against their humans to look for some comfort. It means that they trust you and see you as a reliable refuge.
Sleeping close to you
If your dog follows anywhere you go and sleep next to you, they love you very much. Long ago, your lovely four-legged friend used to be wild animals lived in nature. Wild wolves often sleep in swarms, so when your beloved pet show similar behavior to you and your family, they must feel completely comfortable and secure. It is also a sign that your dog is extremely loyal and doesn’t want to leave you even for a minute.
Bringing you their toys
Having a dog brings you his most precious toy is common. This behavior has many meanings. The most apparent purpose for that is that the dog wants to express his belief in you. Dogs see toys as their most cherished, most beloved possession, so when they bring you their toys, you know they trust you enough to let you keep them.
Another meaning of this behavior is that your dog wants to please you. Your pet greets you when biting a toy in his mouth because he thinks of you as the leader, and this is how to ensure his position in your pack. Your dog also may just be trying to make you notice and pay attention to them. Dogs are very hyperactive, so by giving you their toys maybe they want you to play with them.
Smiling at you
Dogs actually can smile by opening their mouths and pulling their lips back to reveal a happy, calm grin. Along with that are a loose tail wagging and relaxed eyes, ears, and brow. Nothing better than your beloved dog smiling at you to show their love. Respond to them with a big smile and a happy voice so they can feel you love them a lot, too.