Your Dog Can Be a Special Distinctive Sign?

Good Morning Folks!

your dog walking in city

When it comes to walking with our dogs, I like to vary the path we use. This has several advantages; for example, your dog encounters different people and situations. In the perspective of better socialization, this is very useful. Nevertheless, you can gain handy experiences, even if the route, for example, is similar throughout a week. Now, I share with you what I observed during such cases.

There are dog owners who bring along their faithful companion not only in walking but during arranging other stuffs, too. They certainly had faced “a dog as distinguishing marks” syndrome so far.

Personally, I’m a member of this group as well. Therefore, I have enough involvement to speak on this topic and share my experiences collected by my observations.

Your Dog As Distinguishing Mark

Let’s say, you take your furry friend along with you to buy during a week. What happens?

Day 1)
On the first day, passers by only stare at you. Alternatively, several little children are pointing towards you while saying “doggie.”

Day 2)
On the second day, the employees of the stores, boutiques and other facilities settled inline with your path noticed you. Their eyes follow your way. Of course, the children will continue appreciating your dog without any inhibition.

Day 3)
On the third day – if the children do not notice you – the parents raise awareness like “Look, there is that doggie!” The employees of the above-mentioned stores are smiling and even greet the two of you.

Day 4)
On day 4 – because you have to arrange more things – you leave your dog at home. What are you experiencing now? No one under the sun recognizes you; they ignored you or simply looking over you.

The children do not shout with a smile that “Man / Woman” – they simply deal with someone else. Being alone, you aren’t interesting at all. It’s an extreme case, if a shopkeeper recognizes you and asks you “Where’s the dog?”

Day 5)

On day five, you bring your fur baby again, so you see the satisfaction on the face of the boutique employees: “yes, this must be so!” They greet you with smiling, or even whisper it between each other before you get there “Look, there comes the dog man / woman.”

Day 6)

On the 6th day, after the greeting, they take the courage and make questions to you: “What kind of dog is this?” “What’s its name?” “How old is s/he?”

They tell you that they also have suchlike puppy at home, it’s called so and so, perhaps tell you a recent funny, sad, touching, or simply loving story about their favorite.


Day 7)

On the seventh day, these lovely people are waiting eagerly you to pass them again. And they surprise your four-legged friend with a little treat or – in a sweltering heat – a fresh drink water.

By doing so, they charm you off your feet. After all, I love that person who shows affection to my dog. That’s it.

Conclusion

Thus, due to the reasons mentioned above ‘scientifically established’ that your dog is a very distinctive sign for you. If you do not believe me, go investigate for yourself.

Until next time,

Alex Sparrow

Alex Sparrow

Alex Sparrow

Alex Sparrow is a nature enthusiastic for more than six decades. He was writing nearly 400 articles, reports so far about how to live with your dogs harmoniously.
Alex Sparrow