Why Does Your Dog Gives You "Cold Buttocks"?

Why Does Your Dog Gives You “Cold Buttocks”?

The hip nudge has been creating awkward moments for dogs and humans for centuries. Instead of licking your face, dogs prefer to turn around and show you its backside. While you may think it is not into you, this is usually not the case.
Well, it turns out that your dog is into you. It loves you so much, and you’re not just the bee’s knees for it. You’re the dog’s bollocks.

“It’s reasonable to conclude that when a dog is backing their rear end into you, they don’t feel threatened. It shows a sign of safety and comfort that the dog is trusting of that person,” a critical care specialist said.

The dog is essentially telling you he’s not going to attack you when he gives you “cold buttocks” that his mouth and teeth is as far from you as possible.

In fact, like so many interactions with humans, it’s vital to understand the signals a dog giving.

“A dog who is coming at you head first with ears back might be uncomfortable or even aggressive, and that is not a situation where you would want to put your hand out for the dog or make it feel threatened in any way,” the specialist explains. “Recognizing these behavioral cues, especially when children or strangers are involved, can be very beneficial for all dog owners. ”

There may actually be a couple of other reasons for a dog’s rump-first approach.

A veterinary dermatologist said that a dog’s posterior is a massive source of pheromones, which would explain why dogs are so beguiled by each other’s bottoms.

“It’s possible your dog may be trying to claim you with his pheromones by backing into you, they’re leaving their scent on you. They want to be as close to you as possible, some will crawl into your lap if you let them do that. There are a lot of dogs who are just very bonded with their owners.”

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