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when dogs stare - 05/20/2005
What does it mean when my GSD stares at me? I know it doesn't mean that he's about to pounce on me or even being aggressive with me. I know this because my GSD does NOT bite or is aggressive with me. Sometimes when I'm doing something and my dog is laying down somewhere nearby, I'd turn to look at him and see him looking at me. We can look at eachother's eyes for quite a while before he turns his head. What does this mean?




Replied - 05/20/2005
It is not unusual for your dog to watch you intently. They watch our every move and our body language. Most of the time they react to our "body language" much more than our "spoken language."

I would be concerned if your dog did not "watch you."




Replied - 09/02/2005
He loves you.



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