Why do dogs (and their human companions) nibble on blankets? In the past, I have only given blanket nibbling a cursory mention in these posts, but I must admit that I do not understand this behavior.
Well, it’s true that dogs do often take a bite out of a blanket, but they’re not necessarily after the actual blanket. It’s more as a way to get the dog to move on. The most common blanket nibble behavior seems to be the one when the dog is sitting on the blanket, but the blanket isn’t covering its entire body, but rather just a corner. The dog will then try to move onto the other corner of the blanket.
This is called a “blanket corner napping” because it seems that the blanket is just sitting there, not eating anything of the blanket. The dog simply seems to be waiting for the other blanket corner to move so that it can nip at its corner.
You can actually nip at the blanket corner when you have an animal that is not a dog. If your dog is a cat, then it will simply start lapping at your cat’s blanket corner.
If you have a dog that is not a dog, then it will simply start lapping at your dog blanket corner. If you have a cat that is not a cat, then it will simply start lapping at your cat blanket corner.
For cat owners who have blankets that they really don’t want, you can buy a blanket that you can leave on the floor so that your cat can lick it whenever it likes. For dog owners who have blankets they really don’t want, you can buy a blanket that you can leave on the floor so that your dog can lick it whenever it likes.
Also, it should probably be mentioned that most pets like blankets too.
In dog and cat owner fashion, blankets are very much the same. You can buy a blanket that you can leave on the floor so that your cat can lick it whenever it likes.
For those of you who have never owned a dog before, you have to understand that blankets are a very unique form of personal hygiene. Dog owners that use a blanket on their dog often find that the blanket is a very effective way to keep the dog from jumping on the furniture.