These 6 behaviors of dogs are hinting to you: I hope you can play with him!

Dogs’ behaviors have a certain meaning. 

If dogs are sometimes too boring, they have the following behaviors. 

In fact, these behaviors are hinting at you, hoping you can play with them. 

If your dog has these behaviors, stay with him more.


1. Lying on the ground and looking at you

Usually, when the dog owner is busy with his own affairs, the dog will often run in front of him inexplicably, and then lie on the ground and look at him. It will not rush you to do things, but it still hopes that you can play with it for a while. If you see it, you can put aside the things in your hands and go to play with the dog, even if it is stroking its head, playing with it for five minutes. This way you can also take a break and relax. 

2. Bored to sleep

Sleeping a bored dog is actually the same as sleeping bored in class. If your dog does not go out to play during the day but sleeps on the ground, it may be that the dog is "something", it may be uncomfortable, or maybe it’s just too boring. It’s best to observe it more carefully, send it to the hospital if you get sick, and play games with it if it’s boring.

3. Run wild in the house

If the dog is too boring, if there is nothing to do, it will run wild in the house. This is a way for the dog to pass the time when bored. Of course, this method is not good for the owner because it will disturb the feeding. The owner may also damage the property. It is recommended that the owner stop this behavior of the dog, and let the dog be as honest as possible. If it does not work, take it out for a walk.

4. Bite your trousers

When a dog wants you to play with it, the most direct way is to walk to your feet, bite your trousers, or scratch you, attract your attention, and then look at you and let you play with it. When the dog bites your trouser leg, don't rush to blame the dog, but consider why the dog did it. 

5. Destroy furniture

Dogs sometimes just feel too boring to tear down their homes, so they can spend their time on the matter of tearing down their homes. Your dog likes to tear down the house, it is best to spend a little time every day to accompany him for a while. Take it out to play, he will rest when he gets tired, and he won’t tear down the house anymore. It’s just that the dog’s behavior of tearing up the house still needs to be corrected. Usually take some snacks to train the dog, improve the dog’s obedience, and let him know The home cannot be demolished.

6. Bite its own tail

Dogs sometimes bite their tails because they are bored, chasing and biting constantly, and they also go around in circles. Sometimes they do not necessarily bite their tails, but they may bite their bodies or paws. The owner can give some toys to make When he is playing, he can also give him some snacks and let him eat. Of course, biting his tail may also be a problem with his body. The main feeder should pay more attention to it.

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