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Understanding the Actions of Your Puppy People say a dog is a best friend of a man but how will that happen if you do not know what the other one is trying to say? How will you know the necessities of it? How will you give your reactions when you cannot even understand what they are doing? It is difficult, right? As humans, we just want to have pets to accompany us. Moreover, aside from the company they give us, there is still more to it. 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. As an owner of a puppy, despite their cuteness, you are sometimes frustrated by their behavior. Sometimes you think hard about what your puppy is trying to say with its peculiar actions. When cannot get what they are trying to say to you, confusion sets in to you. Even if you and your puppy do not have the same way of communication, it is still possible to understand each other. To everyone’s surprise, you can understand what your puppy is saying in some ways. You base its words on its actions.
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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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The most common action is the barking. Of course, it is a puppy, so barking is usual. Despite being common, you must not just ignore it. Barking is the first action of a puppy to try to talk to you. It may be barking because it wants to capture your attention to be attentive! Consider the idea that perhaps the puppy is hungry and it wants you to give it food. Another reason is out of boredom that is why he barks at you. Take note if you have already fed your puppy to know if he is really barking due to hunger. Barking at other persons may be because it recognizes that person as a foe. When you tap the puppy’s head, it tends to move away. This means that your puppy feels that you are dominating him. To show affection, stroke the side of its face rather than petting his head. Another behavior of your puppy is the nipping. This is a normal behavior of your puppy and it does not mean aggression. Nipping is an instinct felt and done by a puppy when its teeth hurt during outgrowth. However, you must remember that you should not tolerate them and you can learn some ways to train them. Guarding their toys is also common for puppies. A puppy guarding its possessions is trying to tell you that it owns it and it wants it to be safe.