Those slobbery kisses, the scratching at the door… That’s right, we’re talking about living with dogs. Dogs have been a part of our families for 15,000 years. Today, there are over 300 registered breeds to choose from, and they really come in all shapes and sizes. It looks as though there really is a dog to suit every kind of person.
However, after all this time with a four-legged friend by our side there are still some common behaviors that we don’t quite understand. It looks as though a lot is going on in between those fluffy ears after all. it’s time to learn what they’ve been trying to tell us for so long as dogs’ most common behaviors are explained.
[post_page_title]Why dogs lick your face[/post_page_title]
Those doggie kisses can be the best – and most slobbery – things in the world, especially if they give you a big lick on the cheek. When a dog licks you, it’s usually their way of saying “I love you” as this behavior is deemed as affectionate in their minds.
There’s also another, much more simple reason that our pooches feel the need to lick us all over. They think we taste good. Dogs love to get their noses into anything they can. After all, their senses are a lot stronger than ours. We usually have a salty taste on our skin, and a dog licking us can also be their way of finding out about our world.
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