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Cute Things Your Dog Will Do This Year

January 01, 2020

Happy New Year! As we leave 2019 in the rear view mirror, many people are making predictions about what 2020 may bring. We’ll leave speculations about politics and celebrities to others, but we do have a pretty good idea of what some of our canine pals will be up to this year. Here, a Southern Utah vet lists some cute things your dog will do this year.

The Head Tilt

Does your furry friend sometimes tilt his head to one side, as though asking for clarification? This adorable mannerism is bound to make lots of people smile in 2020!

The Soulful Stare

Man’s Best Friend has been our faithful companion for thousands of years. He’s also been eyeing our dinners for thousands of years! Fido has gotten really, really good at that sad puppy stare that is so good at melting our hearts … and getting us to share food. Stick to healthy treats, and don’t overindulge your pet.

The Request For Playtime

Fido is very playful, especially when he is young. Your pooch may run up to you holding his favorite toy when he wants you to play with him. Indulge these charming doggy requests. Playing is great for your pup, both mentally and physically. Plus, it’s super cute to watch!

Snoot Boop

Dogs may not speak our language, but they have some pretty adorable ways of getting our attention. Nose boops may very well be one of the cutest!

The Happy Dance

One of the best things about having a dog is knowing that he will always be happy to see you when you come home. Fido may literally jump for joy when you walk in the door!

The Goofy Smile

Dogs don’t technically smile the way we do, but we’re not sure if Fido ever got that memo. Our four-legged pals often do look like they’re grinning when they’re really happy! Snap some cute photos of your pet’s facial expressions this year.

Tail Wags

It’s hard not to smile when you see a cheerful pooch excitedly wagging his tail. Some of our canine buddies start thumping their tails the moment you look at them! Keep Fido’s tail going by giving him lots of food, treats, and belly rubs this year.

Please contact us, your Southern Utah vet clinic, for all your dog’s veterinary care needs. We’re here to help!


Posted in Behavior, Dog Care

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