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This is the sweetest reason your pup may be putting its paw on you. Just like you pet your dog to show love and affection, your furry friend may be trying to ‘pet’ you back.
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On the other hand, if you’ve been busy and haven’t given your dog a lot of pets or playtime, a well-placed paw may be its way of asking for your attention.
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If your pet places a paw on you and stares you down, check the time to see if doggo may be asking for dinner.
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If you’re still training your puppy, you’re probably the one who decides when to take the little one outside for a potty break. However, as your dog gets older, it will tell you when it needs to go outside.
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Your pup may not always be looking for attention in the form of cuddles or food. If your dog isn’t feeling well or has hurt itself, it may place a paw on you to ask for help.
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