11 Things a Dog Hates That Dog Parents Need to Stop Doing Now

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Most people have everyday annoyances that bug them. It may be as simple as a significant other not picking up their clothes after you've asked him to do it a few times already.

Or perhaps a friend likes to bring up a sore subject when you've already told them nicely not to. Luckily for us, humans we can tell someone something is bugging us before we go completely bonkers.

However, for our pooches, they have a harder time letting us know when something is bugging them. If you were a doggie how would you feel if something was bothering you, but you couldn't do much about it?! Super frustrated, I'm sure!

That's why as a dog parent it's critical to pay attention to your dog's non-verbal cues. Although, even if you assume you know what's going on that's not always what he's trying to tell you!

Luckily for you, you can change that. 

If you're giving your doggie mixed messages (don't worry, most of us do) there's a way to fix that. Mixed messages cause a lot of confusion — such as giving your pooch table scraps sometimes but then at other times getting frustrated with him when he's begging. No wonder he's  confused!

It’s time to learn the actions you may be doing that your doggie does not appreciate.

On the next page, check out one behavior in particular that confuses the heck out of your doggie. Then continue learning more habits that you need to change and stop doing so that your dog can get over his confusion stat! 

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