Your puppy. Animals emit oxytocin. Oxytocin boosts mood. Dogs are social. You're your dog's universe.
1. Your dog loves you
Your dog follows—what happens? Feed, pet, or cuddle? Dogs may follow treats. Reward and inspire.
2. They get rewards when they follow you
Pets may play. Stroke may make you more interesting. Dogs like longer walks, chew toys, and food puzzles.
3. They’re bored
Explore! Fun and knowledgeable, people follow you. Nosiness and FOMO keep your dog underfoot.
4. They want to know what’s going on
Dogs learn fast. Dogs may rush walks and meals. Body language helps dogs predict our actions.
5. They’re waiting for you
Follow your barking, whimpering, or pacing dog. They may need more water, food, or outside toilets.
6. They’re trying to tell you something
Your dog follows. Allelomimetic is flexible. Relationships grow. Reliable counsel protects.
7. It’s a natural behaviour
Dogs trust your protection. Some dogs follow you for comfort during thunderstorms and blasts.
8. They’re afraid