Somebody please tell me – why do dogs whine?
This is a new pawsonality trait with Jaxson. Not really sure when it began, I just know it won’t go away #makeitstop
Doodle Dad told me he often cries when I leave the house. #withouthim
He said as soon as I pull out of the driveway, Jax whines and paces for about 5-10 minutes. But never for any other reason.
Harley doesn’t do that. He’s never done that. He just hangs by the front door until I return – regardless to how long I’m gone. #truestories
They say whining is a form of canine vocal communication.
Dogs generally do it because they’re –
- seeking attention
- trying to appease us
BUT IN OUR CASE –
Jaxson whines often. Like, when Harley hogs the ball…
Or if he looses when they wrestle…
I can safely rule out the fact that he’s –
- in pain
- feels threatened
- seems stressed
He’ll throw a vocal fit if he’s forbidden to enter a room…
As this new characteristic started emerging, I sought answers from the internet.
MY FINDINGS? –
According to the experts – he doesn’t fit any for the descriptions associated with the action. He’s not –
MY CONCLUSION? –
“Him is spoiled” #thereIsaidit…
Because every single Doodle-time he utters a sound – I come to his rescue, and then he’s fine.
MY COURSE OF ACTION? –
The next time I’m in the mall with Doodle Dad and we walk past Jared’s Jewelry store 💎 I’m gonna start whining. #thanksJax
Here’s hoping you enjoyed a little Hump Day Humor #doodlestyle
Tell me – do you have a little whiner in your house?
This is our contribution in the BlogPaws Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.