Those dog "kisses" aren't what you think they are.
You may believe that a lick to the face is your dog's way of kissing you. But that's another famous dog myth that's not entirely correct. "Kissing" isn't a natural form of love in dogs, so your snout-smooches may not be welcomed as affectionately as you believe. If they lick your face—or make other actions such as changing their posture, yawning, or licking their own lips—this might be a hint that they want you to give them space, because having your face so close to theirs could be perceived as hostile or dangerous. Of all, dogs have been adjusting to life with humans for hundreds of years, and according to the Happy Puppy Site, some dogs do catch on and learn t