Krista Miranda

By Krista Miranda

LifeBuzz Staff

Surefire Signs That Your Dog Misses You.

Being away from their humans can make a lot of dogs extremely anxious.

Separation anxiety is a very real thing for canines, so if you notice that your dog is chewing the furniture or going to the bathroom in your house, then your dog probably has anxiety about you leaving.

Being away from their humans can make a lot of dogs extremely anxious.

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Dogs love their owners more than anything in the world, which is why it's so difficult for them to say goodbye.

If you notice that your dog is always cuddling your belongings, or unfortunately, chewing on them, then your dog definitely misses you when you're away. Their sense of smell is unreal, so if they're hanging out in your pile of shoes while you're gone, then they're just trying to get a good sniff of your scent!

Dogs love their owners more than anything in the world, which is why it's so difficult for them to say goodbye.

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Some dogs want to follow you around, and some just want to use you as a leaning post.

If you notice that your dog leans up against you after you've been gone for a while, then you should know that they're doing it because they miss you. The reason why dogs lean up against their owners is that they just need to feel close.

Some dogs want to follow you around, and some just want to use you as a leaning post.

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Have you ever noticed that your dog seems to be smiling on occasion?

Well, this is because they tend to mimic the expressions that their owner makes. If your dog smiles at you when you get home it's a sure sign that they really missed you all day long.

Have you ever noticed that your dog seems to be smiling on occasion?

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Dogs are one of the most affectionate, loving animals in the entire world.

Not only would they do anything for your attention, but they'll do anything to make you happy, as well. If you think that your dog misses you while you're gone, make sure to show them a bit more attention when you get home, just to let them know you care.

Dogs are one of the most affectionate, loving animals in the entire world.

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