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HERE'S WHY YOUR DOG JUMPS ON YOU WHEN YOU GET HOME PLUS 32 OTHER BEHAVIORS EXPLAINED

      HERE'S WHY YOUR DOG JUMPS ON YOU WHEN YOU GET HOME


 Since dogs can't talk, it is tough to know what they are thinking. It is also difficult to understand why they do the things that they do. 
          
HERE'S WHY YOUR DOG JUMPS ON YOU WHEN YOU GET HOME PLUS 49 OTHER BEHAVIORS EXPLAINED




Fortunately, there are a few experts who are sure that they know what dogs are thinking. Here's why dogs jump on you when you get home and 32 other dog behaviours explained, so let's start with the first one.

33-Side Sleeping

When a dog sleeps on his side, he is telling you that he loves you and trusts you, and Dr. Coren explains that a dog will often start to dose in lion pose and then slump onto his side once he falls into a deeper sleep. “As soon as the dog starts to dream, his muscles will relax and he will roll out of the lion pose into the normal sleeping position,” says Dr. Coren.

32-Stomach Sleeping


When your dog sleeps on is back, he may be too hot. If his paws are across his chest, he wants to be left alone so he can sleep. 

31-Staring

If your dog is staring at you, he isn't trying to be creepy. He just wants your affection. 

30-Staring With His Tongue Out


If your pet is staring with his tongue out, he wants your attention, but he is happy, relaxed, and mellow.


29-Intense Eye Contact 

When a dog is staring into your eyes, he wants to see your expressions to understand what you want from him. 

28-Open Mouth, Relaxed Tail, High Ears

This means that your dog is relaxed and secure in his surroundings. If you want to approach a strange dog, this is when it is the safest. 

27-Pointed Tail, Ears Forward

This position means that your dog is curious about something. He may hear or smell something interesting.


26-Loose Floppy Tongue

HERE'S WHY YOUR DOG JUMPS ON YOU WHEN YOU GET HOME PLUS 49 OTHER BEHAVIORS EXPLAINED

A loose floppy tongue means that your dog is happy and doesn't have a care in the world. 

25-Baring Teeth, Ears Back, Snarling

This is a sure sign that your dog is feeling angry and aggressive. Never approach a dog when he is in this position. 

24-Raising Bark

If your dog starts barking softly, and it increases, he wants to play with you, and he cannot control his excitement. 

23-Howling

Howling means that your dog can hear a high-pitched sound like a siren. He is either annoyed, or the sound hurts his ears. 

22-Low Growl

A low growl means that your dog is anxious and scared. 

21-Crazy Legged Dead Sleeping

If your dog sleeps on his back with his limbs in the air, he feels vulnerable. It also means that he is secure in his surroundings.

20-Superman

If your pet sleeps on his belly with his limbs out like Superman flying, he finally crashed. Sleeping like this allows him to pop back up quickly when he's ready to play. 

19-Squinting His Eyes

If your pet squints his eyes when he looks at you, he wants your love and attention. 

18-Waiting For Approval

If your pet is staring at you like he is waiting to do something, he respects you and wants your option. 

17-The Fox

If your dog's paws are under his body and his tail is around his face, he is cold. 

16-Back To Back

When two dogs sleep back to back, it means that they trust each other. 

15-Waving His Paws In the Air

If your dog is sitting or standing with his paws up, he is concentrating. 

14-Gifts

HERE'S WHY YOUR DOG JUMPS ON YOU WHEN YOU GET HOME PLUS 49 OTHER BEHAVIORS EXPLAINED
If your dog brings you a gift like a shoe or a dead animal, he loves 
you, and he is trying to make you happy. 

13-Cuddling After a Meal

If your dog cuddles with you after eating, he loves you and feels comfortable with you. 

12-Licking

When your dog licks your face, he is easing some of his stress and showing you love. 

11-Hunched Over

If your pet hunches over, he was just abused or attacked and is trying to make himself feel small. 

10-Getting In Your Bed

When your dog sleeps in your bed when you aren't home, he wants to feel close to you. 

9-Joining You In Bed

HERE'S WHY YOUR DOG JUMPS ON YOU WHEN YOU GET HOME PLUS 49 OTHER BEHAVIORS EXPLAINED
When your pet is in your bed with you and your partner, he wants to be part of the pack. 

8-Kicking Their Feet After Pooping

If your pet kicks his feet after pooping, he is releasing pheromones that release a territorial scent. He wants other dogs to know that it is his area, and he is the alpha dog. 

7-Butt Sniffing

When dogs sniff each other's butts, they are saying hello and trying to get to know the other dog. 

6-Chasing Their Tail

If you have a puppy, he is chasing his tail because he doesn't realize it's his. If your dog is older, he is bored and trying to entertain himself. 

5- Post-Bath Energy

5- Post-Bath Energy
If your pet has a lot of energy when he gets out of the bath, he hates being wet and wants to dry off. 

4-Staying Close By

When your pet stays close by, he wants to be part of your pack. 

3-Trashing the Couch

If your pet ransacks the house or tears apart the couch, he has separation anxiety, and he needs to relive some of his energy. 

2-Lowered Front, Mouth Open, Wagging Tail

This means that your dog is having a lot of fun and he is thanking you. 

1-Dogs Jump on You When You Get Home

Dogs Jump on You When You Get Home
Canines hop to welcome you for a few reasons and generally, it's for positive reasons. It's an impulse and characteristic conduct, an instrument to screen you for your whereabouts, and energy that you are home. As he hears the key in the lock and sees the handle turn, you can just envision his tail swaying hotly in sheer expectation. The last two or four or eight hours may have appeared to be an unending length of time to your little guy, yet at last, you're home.

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