What Might Your Dog Want To Tell You

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Ever Wonder What Your Dog Might Want To Tell You?

Here are 20 things that your dog might want to tell you, but I’ll bet we can think of other things if we stop and think.  As much as we love our dogs, we do need to be reminded that we are their world.  I found this shared on Facebook.  It was apparently written by Dog Heirs, but shared by reshareworthy.com  It is so true and sometimes we do forget these things when we are busy with our lives.  When you look at this from your dog’s point of view, you may not wonder anymore what your dog wants you to know.

Here are 20 things your dog might want to tell you!  Oh so true.  Sometimes life does get in the way, but being reminded of these things may help us understand our little friends and give them an extra word of praise each day …

1. Don’t ignore me for too long. I may only live for 10 to 15 years. It seems like forever when you’re away from me and it hurts my heart when I don’t know where you are.

What Might Your Dog Want To Tell YouPhoto credit: Christina

2. Take me to new places to meet friendly people and animals. I might be frightened of them at first, but if you hold my paw through these new experiences, I’ll learn to be more confident and trusting of others. I really do love to meet new friends.

Dogs are friends
Photo credit: Anne Savage Photography

3. Don’t throw me away when new family members arrive. They are my family too and I will love and protect them as much as I love and protect you.

Dogs are always familyPhoto credit: Lindsey Potter

4. Don’t get mad at me when I jump up. I love you so much and sometimes I can’t help getting excited and wanting to give you a hug.

Dogs get excited tooPhoto credit: Misa Way

5. Teach me new things. I love making you happy so teach me what you’d like me to do. Learning is great exercise and I love it just as much as a run at the park.

Dogs are familyPhoto credit: Jeffrey Evans

6. Don’t get frustrated and give up on me. I don’t understand your language, but I’m trying my best to learn. Give me time to understand what you want of me because all I want to do is please you.

Dogs are family
Photo credit: Natassa Kost

7. Don’t take out your stress on me. No matter how your day went, I am always happy to see you and will do whatever I can to make your day better.

Dogs want to pleasePhoto credit: Anna Teresa Herda

8. Give me comfort when I’m scared. I always feel better when I’m with you and it may just take a moment before I understand that new things wont hurt me.

Dogs are family
“Poor dog’s terrifying first train ride…”

9. No matter how busy you are, try to spend a little bit of quality time with me every day. This is truly what I look forward to the most and every minute means so much to me.

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10. Don’t leave me outside when it’s too hot or too cold. I don’t have anywhere to go to stay cool or to keep warm and I don’t know how to escape if I’m in a desperate situation.


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11. Don’t forget the little things that keep me healthy and happy. My paws hurt if my toenails are too long and I feel much better after my coat has been brushed free of mats. I could even get sick if my teeth are too dirty. It’s only minutes of your time, but it means so much to me.

Dogs are familyPhoto credit: sarah-jane

12. Trust me. I trust you with all my heart, so please trust me too. You mean the world to me.

Dogs are family
Photo credit: Kelly Charron

13. Don’t be angry with me for too long. You have your work, your friends, your entertainment. I have only you.

Dogs are familyPhoto credit: Kim

14. Talk to me. I may not understand your words, but I understand your tone and body language.

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15. Always treat me with kindness. Be aware that however you treat me, I will never forget it. The more you love me, the stronger our bond will be.

Dogs are familyPhoto credit: Roy

16. Please don’t hit me. Remember that I have teeth that could easily crush the bones in your hand, but I choose not to bite you because I love you. If I did something wrong, I didn’t mean to make you angry, so please help me understand how to not repeat it. I would much rather give you kisses.

Dogs are familyPhoto credit: catherine krus

17. Let me know whenever I’ve done something right. Nothing in the world makes me happier. I can tell when you’re pleased with me and if I know what I’ve done to make you smile, you can bet your life that I will try and do it again. And again, and again, and again…

Dogs are familyPhoto credit: jiuliana mckenzie

18. Pay attention to me if I’m not being myself. Before you scold me for being lazy or uncooperative, please check to see if something might be bothering me. My heart may be getting old, I may be unwell, or I could even be in pain.

Dogs are familyPhoto credit: Hans Gotun

19. Take care of me when I get old, just as much as you cared for me when I was a puppy. When I was young, you spent so much time cuddling me and touching my soft fur. My fur might not be as soft and I am no longer small, but my love for you has only grown stronger.

Dogs are familyPhoto credit: Janet Woudenberg

20. Come with me on difficult journeys. I understand that it’s hard for you, but please stay with me until the very end. Everything is better, easier and safer for me if you are with me. Remember, I love you.

until  heaven then my friendPhoto credit: Sara Robertson

I missed the opportunity to be right there with my best friends as they passed.  If you have that opportunity, I agree with that last one.  Although, it  may not be possible for all for various reasons.  Take comfort that we can be with our friends again in heaven.

Reading these things your dog might want to tell you was a great reminder to me and is to all us dog lovers that our special friends need us too.   They don’t articulate things the same as us, but we can communicate, even clearly, to each other.  What do you want to tell your dog today?


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