Having a pet dog is one of the most endearing feelings one can have. The dog always tries to fascinate you by doing amusing and exciting activities. However, besides accompanying you on your good or bad days, your dog demands your time and care. Care should be given in different ways; it’s not like your dog always demands to play or exercise with you. Sometimes, massaging your dog’s belly makes him more comfortable and calm.
I have interacted with many pets throughout my life, and I did not find any dog that did not get excited when you rubbed his belly. But why does a dog enjoy having their stomach or belly massaged? It’s as if he lays down on your lap, paws in the air, and lets you gently stroke his warm, woolen hair. Experts conclude that dogs handing over themselves physically, including several sensitive body parts, is a sign that your dog has a strong trust relationship with you. But here arises a query: why do dogs love to rub their bellies?
This article will provide the maximum number of reasons why your pooch wants you to massage his belly.
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