13 Ways Your Dogs Show Love That Make Us Love Them Right Back

As a dog owner, you’ve probably wondered from time to time if your dog actually loves you…

You know how much you love them, but do they have the unconditional love you often hear that dogs have for you? There are a variety of ways to find out if your canine companion loves you like you think.

You know how much you love them, but do they have the unconditional love you often hear that dogs have for you? There are a variety of ways to find out if your canine companion loves you like you think.

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Follows You Around

When you seem to have a shadow with you wherever you go, chances are your dog is the culprit. Dogs are social creatures, and they don’t understand the idea of alone time. As humans, we love to socialize but still want to have time to ourselves from time to time, dogs are opposite of this. His love and devotion towards you, means he wants to be with you everywhere and that one of the ways how dogs show love.
rescued dog shows love

Jumping

Though some people deter their dog from jumping up, it is actually a sign of love and affection and another way that dogs show love. When you walk in the door, your dog may greet you with a tail wag and a jump with excitement. Puppies have a natural tendency to lick their mother’s face and eyes. When your dog jumps onto you, he is trying to lick your face, which means he recognizes you as his parent.
rescued dog shows love

Wagging Tail

Many people often think that their dog wags their tail because they are happy. But this is really only partially true. A dog’s tails tell many different emotions from happiness to fear and others. The more relaxed their tail is, the more relaxed they are. When they are happy, their tail with their entire rear end, it’s their way to show they care.

Licking Your Face

Dogs will lick the faces of those around them for a couple different reasons, but typically it’s a sign of affection.

Socializing

As the pack leader in your dog’s life, they will look to you for social behaviors like approval, love and companionship.

rescued dog shows love

Sleeping Near You

Wolves tend to sleep curled up together in the wild. If your dog is curling up and sleeping by your side, it’s because they see you as a family.

Leaning On You

IF your dog begins leaning on you, it’s a sign of affection and also a sign of wanting attention. Let them know you notice them and show them some attention back.

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