10 Things Only Dog Owners Understand
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10 Things Only Dog Owners Understand

Having over 5 dogs in my lifetime, I truly understand how much joy the little things they do can bring.

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Dogs are more than mans best friend. It will take a dog owner to truly understand all of these wonderful things dogs do.

1. Their joy every time you get home.

No matter if you've been gone five days, or five minutes they are always excited to see you.

2. The way they run through the snow

Unlike humans, their legs are pretty short. Short legs and tall snow banks make for some pretty funny entertainment.

3. The way some dogs slightly stick their tongue out

Nothing is cuter. Nothing.


4. How the manage to sleep in the funniest ways

Nothing is better than belly up.

5. The expression when you scratch the perfect spot

The face, the leg shake, all an indication you are doing something right

6. How stupid they look while swimming

No dog looks normal while swimming. Its a fact.

7. Their reaction to any food or treat

Even when you just open the drawer or cabinet where they know the treats are they get excited.

8. The sad eyes

Every dog has them, and knows how to use them.

9. They always choose the worst spot to fall asleep

Right in the middle of the bed. Every. Time.

10. How happy they always make you feel

Nothing is better than a happy dog.

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