Does your dog hate you?
Dogs are loyal, friendly animals who often show great love and affection for their owners. However, in some cases, a dog may become dissatisfied with their owner.
Dogs that "hate" their owners have these 6 behaviors. I hope your dog doesn't have them!
Dogs usually bite when they are bored or anxious, but if they start destroying your belongings, such as chewing your shoes, tearing your clothes, etc., it may be because they are unhappy with you or want revenge on you.
Don't want to interact with you
Dogs usually like to interact with their owners, such as playing, chasing, etc. But if they begin to be reluctant to interact with you, or even avoid you when you try to play with them, it may be because they are unhappy with you or no longer like you.
Dogs usually poop in specific places, but if they start peeing everywhere, it could be because they're unhappy with you or want to get back at you.
Bite you fiercely
If your dog becomes aggressive toward you or even tries to bite you, he may be extremely fearful or resentful of you. This is usually a defensive reaction, possibly because he feels threatened or hurt.
If your dog is dissatisfied or disgusted with you, he may refuse to eat. It may refuse to eat the food you give it or only eat a small amount and then stop eating.
If you find that your dog frequently skips meals or displays similar behaviors, you need to take appropriate steps to improve your relationship. It is recommended that owners choose a more palatable dog food for their dogs to satisfy their dogs’ taste preferences.
Does your dog show any of these symptoms?