There are many reasons why we love having a dog. Perhaps the thing we love most about them is that they have such expressive eyes.

When we look into their eyes, we can see their love for us.

We also sometimes feel guilty because they let us know that we shouldn’t be leaving them behind when we go to work.


That is what one dog is doing to his mother now that she has a new job.

It seems as if he knows when she is getting ready to leave without him, so he picks a spot every morning and sits there to give her the saddest face possible.

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The dog’s owner shared with ViralHog, “I got a new job, and now when I get ready, he knows I’m leaving without him. He does this in different places every morning in hopes I’ll bring him.”

As you watch the video below, you will likely see your dog just as clearly. Dogs have a way of wrapping themselves around our hearts; this clearly indicates why.

What does it mean when a dog gives you puppy eyes?

Puppy dog eyes closely resemble sadness in humans, so it may make us more empathetic or because their eyes are more infant-like, tapping into our preference for child-like characteristics.

Does my dog ​​think my mom is his mom?

So, yes, a puppy can definitely think of you as his “mother” that is, his provider and protector and develop as strong an emotional bond with you as if you were blood-related. Your puppy will also quickly learn to pick you out among strangers, both by sight and through his powerful sense of smell.

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