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Understanding What Your Puppy is Trying to Tell You They say that a dog is a human’s best friend but how will call it a friend when you cannot even understand each other? What are the ways to know its needs? How will you react to what it feels when you do not even know a thing about what they are try to communicate? It is difficult, right? Having pets to provide us company is what we want. However, there is more to it than just company. We want to have good friends so we own a pet. As the best of friends, having a good communication to one another is important. Even if a puppy is so cute, there are still times when it frustrates you. They act peculiar at times making you wonder what they are trying to let you know. When you cannot figure out what they are trying to tell you, you become so confused. Despite the language barrier, it is still possible to have a good communication between your puppy and you. Unexpectedly, there is a way to know what your puppy is trying to communicate to you. You look at how your puppy acts.
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Here are some important things that your puppy does which can tell you what it is trying to communicate.
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Barking is the most common action of your puppy that you need to understand. Barking is natural for a puppy. Despite being common, you must not just ignore it. When it barks, it is starting to communicate with you. One common reason for barking is that your puppy is trying to get your attention so LISTEN to it! The puppy may be barking to get some food from you. It can also be because it is bored so it wants you to play with it. To rule out the hunger for a reason, you may remember if you have already given the puppy food to eat. If it barks at a stranger, this may be because it is threatened and it thinks of the other person as an enemy. When you tap the puppy’s head, it tends to move away. Your puppy feels being dominated by you when he does such actions. To show affection, stroke the side of its face rather than petting his head. Another behavior of your puppy is the nipping. It does not tend to be aggressive but rather a normal action for the puppy. A puppy’s teeth hurts when it starts to grow so it is an instinct for it to nip. But, take note that this should not be tolerated and that you should discipline it. A puppy also tends to guard its toys. When your puppy guards its toys or other possessions, it is trying to tell you that it is protecting and fighting for what he owns.

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