Do Dogs fall in love?
My friend once asked me about her female German Sheppard that when ever she pass the house of a particular male of her breed, she would bark and jump a lot to draw attention of that dog. Even though she was friendly dog and was friends with many dogs but this behavior was only for that male. So do the dogs also fall in love or infatuation?
According to Elizabeth Marshall Thomas, the author of the book "The Hidden Life of Dogs", they do. Dogs are usually ready to mate with any dog that happens to be about, but do seem to form a special bond. I do not know whether to call it love or infatuation, but a lot of dogs seem to find a special companion of the opposite sex. BFF?
Fascinating....That may explain why some dogs grieve so severely and become depressed when a special canine friend dies.
Thanks Dr Mark for sharing such a wonderful knowledge you have about dogs.
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by Gillme 7 years ago
How do you know you r in love? Not a crush? How can you FALL in love?
by shibashake 9 years ago
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by Mertjohn 16 months ago
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by perfectperception 7 years ago
I hear people say, I fell out of love. Does that mean the feeling they were experiencing was really love or just plain old strong infatuation?
by Daffy Duck 7 years ago
It seems as though people say they love someone sooner and sooner in relationships now a days. What would be a reasonable time for someone to get those feelings after the first date? this would be for the average person.
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