Doggies are affectionate creatures, they’ve evolved to be social and are excellent communicators. Your dog might be showing they love you in more ways than you know, sure sometimes it can get in the way, but just remember that you’re the most important person in the world to them.
There’s nothing cute than two puppies rolling over each other, except maybe three puppies. This is where they learn boundaries and important social skills, so play with your doggie and make sure they know if they go too far.
2. Following you everywhere.
Dogs don’t really have private lives, they do everything together. Don’t be alarmed if your dog follows you everywhere, they just want to hang out because they love you.
3. Jumping up.
This is thought of as an undesirable behavior, it stems from dogs wanting to lick their mom’s face. Dogs want to lick your face because they see you as a parent. It’s nice knowing that your dog wants to see you, but it can be dangerous if you’re carrying something heavy.
4. Taking care of you.
Dogs care about their family, if they notice you’re feeling down or looking injured they’ll likely try to help. Certain dogs are more sensitive to their owners physical or emotional state.
Sure, they might not have human faces but they smile! Just as they learn to recognize your emotions, you’ll learn theirs. Dogs love to smile, you should make them smile as much as possible.
6. Leaning on you.
Dogs like to be close to the people they love, if you notice your dog leaning against your leg, return the favor. They’re just sayin’ “Hey buddy, I like you.” Next time it happens, just join in and give them some love.
7. Sleeping next to you.
Packs sleep in a pile, it helps them stay warm and helps them feel safe. When your dog sleeps next to you, it regards you as a member of it’s family. So cuddle up!
8. Going nuts when you get home.
If the sight of you lights up your dogs face and gets them excited to spend time with you, your dog probably loves you. If they do this every time you come home, your dog definitely loves you.