Why does your dog want to lay on you? It’s probably not what you think it is. I first came across this question in an article a couple of years ago. At the time I was still in a relationship where I was very involved with a male dog. He would literally just lay on my back, and I could do absolutely nothing to stop him. It was a beautiful, peaceful moment, but I’d never again have a dog laying on me.
A couple of years later I met a woman who had a dog who was also very affectionate. We started dating, and while we both had dogs, the dog was not a very good boy. She soon started to have a problem with the dog wanting to lay on her but she also didn’t mind it. Eventually her dog started to lay on her whenever she did something he didn’t like.
And the best thing about it is that she didnt mind him wanting to lay on her all the time. The dog simply had a thing about it. I have a dog, and I have a dog who loves to lay on me.
One of the most common questions I get asked is: “Why does my dog want to lay on me? I’ve always had dogs, and they are always laying on me. Every time I do anything for them, I don’t mind them wanting to lay on me, but I always have to go and pet them too because they go crazy if I do.
I think the best way to answer this question is to tell you that I have two dogs. They are both named Ben. The first Ben is a German Shepherd, and he and my dog lay on me every single day and it is the most comfortable thing I have ever done in my life. The second Ben is a Great Pyrenees, and he and my dog lay on me every day too and it is a very comfortable thing to do too.
I am always amazed at how much more comfortable my dogs are laying on me when I have a dog of any breed. I suppose the same applies to humans. If you are constantly being laid on, then you will naturally want to be laying on someone else. Ben and my dog are very close friends, so we always know when they lay on me. I think it’s because lying on them is a way of “sharing” the comfort of another human being.
That’s something I’ve found as well. I don’t know if anyone else has found this, but one of my dogs is a very good hunter. I mean, he’s got more sense than I do, but he can find a squirrel a mile away and bring it down to my lap before I even know it is there. So, I guess that’s a good thing.
I also dont know why my dogs want to lay on me, but they will lay on me in a heartbeat, and when I get home we are best friends. Of course, I would also love to lay on them in real life too. Ive been laying on my husband for about 2 years now. I just wish he didnt know how to do it.
I guess I would have to say that laying on your dog is a great way to get a dog to like you. One of the things that really makes my dogs fall in love with me, besides the fact that they smell like my husband and the fact that they are not afraid of me, is that they just want to lay on me, and I am always happy to give it to them. I never have to ask questions because they can find out what I want and do it.
Yeah, when your dog puts his head between your legs and you’re rubbing his body against yours, he is doing the same thing. It’s about the same time frame, just in reverse.