Psychological health

15 Ways Your Dog Says ‘I Love You’ According To Veterinarians

Dogs are really selfless beings who know how to love, better than humans. As they say, your dog is the only being who loves you more than himself. All they expect from you is a little love in return.

Your pup will always be the most loyal, fierce and adorable companion you can have!

When you’re at work, you can’t wait to come home to cuddle your dog. Did you know that dogs also have their own way of saying “I love you” to you? They may not be able to put their love into words and phrases like humans, but through their body language and even facial expressions, they are always trying to tell you that they love you very much. Interestingly enough, vets testify to this themselves!

Here are 15 ways your dog says “I love you” according to vets

15 ways your dog says “I love you” according to vets

1. Their eyes are full of love when they make eye contact with you.

15 ways your dog says “I love you” according to vets

Just like humans maintain longer eye contact with the people they love and admire, puppies also maintain eye contact with you when they love you.

When dogs look into your eyes, they release oxytocin into their brain. oxytocin (also known as the love hormone), is the same hormone secreted by a mother’s brain when bonding with her newborn, and this explains the long eye contact with your pup and the deep bonding you share with them.

2. They smile at you.

15 ways your dog says “I love you” according to vets

No, it’s not a figment of your imagination, dogs are actually smiling at you. The dog’s open and relaxed mouth or smile – an indication that he is smiling at you and expressing affection.

Related: 10 Important Lessons I Learned From My Dog

3. They love cuddling and relaxing with you.

15 ways your dog says “I love you” according to vets

Dogs love to cuddle and cuddle to show their love and affection for you. They will take any opportunity to lean over you, lay their heads on your feet, or sit on your lap to spend some quality time with you.

4. They look for you when they haven’t seen you for a long time.

15 ways your dog says “I love you” according to vets

Your furry friend will check you out when they haven’t seen you around for a long time. Dogs miss their owners so badly when they are apart for a long time, and all they want to do is be close to you and spend time with you. Being with you makes them happier. They will be with you for a long time and will try to be as close as possible whether they are at home or in the gardens, or in No new environments.

5. They love your body odor.

15 ways your dog says “I love you” according to vets

It is scientifically proven that your scent activates the reward center in the dog’s brain also known as the caudate nucleus. Your scent is one of the most familiar things to them, and whenever you smell them, their happiness knows no bounds. This is a clear sign of the immense love and affection your dog feels for you.

6. They bring you their favorite toy, as a gesture of love and trust.

15 ways your dog says “I love you” according to vets

Every pet has a favorite toy. It is what they love most and most possessive of. When they bring their favorite game to you, it is a sign of the special place you hold in their hearts, and what makes this so special is that they are not doing it for anyone. For them, you are special and that is why they bring you their favorite things without any hesitation.

7. They can’t stop wagging their tail when they see you.

15 ways your dog says “I love you” according to vets

Tail wag is a sign of a happy and relaxed dog. Many vets suggest that if your dog wags his tail more to the right side of his butt when he sees you, it could be a sign of his love and affection as well.

RELATED: 3 Lessons Taught Me Dog Care

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Back to top button