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Top 5 Common Dog Behavior’s

Top 5 Common Dog Behavior’s

1. Dog Panting : - Because dogs sweat through the pads on their feet, most of their body heat is expelled through their mouth when they pant. It’s their primary means of regulating body temperature. Dogs also pant to cope with pain. 2. Dog Barking :- In nature, dogs bark to raise an alarm at the first signs of possible danger or to herald a new arrival. Barking is an important means of canine communication. 3. Dog Chewing :- Just as a growing child, your dog will want to chew on toys and other objects to relieve the pain of a new set of teeth coming in. 4. Dog Digging in Your Yard :- Digging is an instinctual activity, written deep in a dog’s DNA. It is especially strong in terrier breeds. Dogs in natural packs will dig to hide food or to uncover food such as small rodents. A den dug in the cool earth can also provide shelter from the heat. 5. Jumping Up:- Though it may seem like play behavior, or an enthusiastic greeting, jumping up is a sign that your dog is attempting to assert her dominance over you. By encouraging jumping up with affection, you are reinforcing the behavior.

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