Easy as it may seem, teaching a pooch how to wipe its paws takes some time. The same goes for the “Bang” performance, which is quite entertaining but hard to master. And if you want your pup to play the piano for you, that’s a pretty complex thing to learn - but an amazing trick to show off to your friends!
Dogs may follow you to the bathroom for a variety of reasons. It could be because they're curious about what you're doing, bored or insecure, in search of a tasty treat, it’s a common thing for their breed, they don’t want you to leave them. Or simply, it is because they care about you and don't want anything bad to happen to you at the vulnerable location.
t's in dogs' nature to kick their legs after they pee. Dogs kick their legs not because of embarrassment, but to keep other pups away, mark their territory by leaving their scent, convey a virtual signal, wipe their paws, and announce their readiness to mate.
Believe it or not, it is estimated that only 10% of the dog population kicks the ground after pooping. It is mainly done as a form of territorial marking, letting known to other dogs that someone owns that particular spot.
Fear is one of the reasons why your pooch may be barking at another dog. It could also be that a pup had a certain experience (good or bad) with the other pooch, hence the reason for barking. And at other times, it is a way for them to express frustration.
Your dog licks your leg for several reasons, and this is something that all dogs are born with. This could be for reasons like communicating, getting attention, showing that it is submissive, or because it simply enjoys licking.
Among many other reasons, dogs chew on wood mainly out of habit. However, just because it is normal it doesn’t mean that there is nothing to worry about. In fact, habits like your dog chewing on wood can actually be a sign of trouble in addition to the dangers behind chewing wood.
Some dog tricks are more difficult than others, but they all require patience and practice. Here are a few fun and interesting dog tricks to teach your dog!
Dogs bury things, like food and toys, mainly because it is a behavior they inherited from their ancestors. It is a way of survival mechanism where concealing food and retrieving it for later consumption allows dogs to keep resources that are otherwise in short supply.