Why does my dog like my boyfriend more than me

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Why does my dog like my boyfriend more than me?

My boyfriend and I have been together for just over 2 years, and he is very much my everything. We are both very committed to our relationship and both 100% in love. We have two dogs together: one is a husky named Jack, and the other is a poodle mix named Lucy. It is quite obvious who the dogs prefer more: the boyfriend. I, on the other hand, prefer the dogs to my boyfriend, because they're way more affectionate with me, and I love the way they make me feel. I'm always the one who wants to hug them and be with them, but he is always too busy to do so. They will follow him around, follow me everywhere, always be on my lap and even lick my face (which is gross, but whatever). My boyfriend doesn't really mind, but he usually doesn't pay much attention to them, as he is usually preoccupied with work. The only time we have been together, Lucy has slept on his lap, as he had been working late, and Jack has been in bed with me. The dogs were pretty excited to see him, but I'm not sure if they were jealous, as I've had a boyfriend before.

Jack is so devoted to me, he follows me everywhere I go and is constantly on my lap. Lucy is a poodle mix, and I don't know what kind of breed she is. I love her, but she seems to have some sort of mental illness. For example, she is obsessed with me, and will not leave me alone. When I go upstairs to bed, she will jump on my bed and sleep there. When I am downstairs doing something, she will follow me, and when I am about to go to bed, she is on my lap. Lucy will also sleep on my boyfriend's bed, even though he has said over and over again that it is just for the dogs. When we get a new dog, she jumps on the dog and won't move, and she seems to be afraid of the new dog. My boyfriend has told me that the dog may just be lonely. He has been saying this since we brought them home.

Lucy seems to be the more affectionate one, and Jack is the opposite. He follows my boyfriend everywhere he goes. When I try to get the dogs to go outside, they usually just don't want to, unless I am with him, in which case they go out. I know that the dogs are just trying to be affectionate and want to be with me, but I am tired of this and don't understand why they act this way.

My boyfriend doesn't seem to care about what they do and just ignores them. He has told me that I need to deal with them, but he just doesn't get it. The reason I want them to stop is that I am constantly nagging and whining about them, and the dogs don't care. I am not sure what to do because I don't want to give them up. I know that they love me, and they just want to be with me all the time. It's a very confusing situation. I hope that someone will be able to help me.

If your boyfriend says that they love and care for you, but doesn't show it then he is not really trying to be in your life. This is probably the most obvious red flag, and he knows it. If he doesn't want them around he doesn't care if they are around or not.

I think it's more likely he doesn't love you as much as you want to believe and more likely than not he is only tolerating you.

A puppy may be more attached to its owner because they are less likely to be taken away, or have been taken away, and because they want to be loved.

A dog may be attached to its owner because their owner lets them know they are their friend. That is a great feeling. I used to live with a couple who had two small dogs and there was an instant connection. They could have been a little more attentive to their other dog but they always seemed to want to be with the dogs when I wasn't.

The only possible reason your boyfriend doesn't love them as much is that the dogs are so much like their owner. If you had been raised with them as puppies and they were like your kids it would be easier. But you weren't. You're the one who has been with them the longest and he's been with them the least.

I think the best thing is to decide if you can't keep them and find a new owner for them. It will take some time to do but it will be good.

I think the best thing is to decide if you can't keep them and find a new owner for them. It will take some time to do but it will be good.

I think you are right, but the last line of your post is what is confusing me. I don't think they are like my boyfriend, because we have been together for 2 years, and my boyfriend loves me more than he does them. It's just that the dogs follow him around, and don't seem to care much about me, but they seem to care a lot about him. I guess it's just a matter of time. I will take your advice, and hopefully they will find a new home soon.

The reason that the dogs act that way towards him but not you is because of socialization. I mean the dogs would not be doing that if they didn't see it as normal. You, and your boyfriend are new to them so they act accordingly. I think that they need more socialization and training. I mean that dog that you were saying that it sleeps in the boyfriends bed and follows him everywhere? That doesn't sound normal. That is the type of behavior that would get a puppy sent to obedience school.

I think the problem is he treats the dogs as much as a child, but he doesn't treat you as a child. And he's just trying to be nice, but he is trying to be nice to a child.

Your boyfriend is a good guy and he cares about you and


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