When I had a dog, she was afraid to other dogs and bugs. Whenever she sees other dogs or when she sees a bug, she becomes scared. Once, a rat came out and she was running away. But she is very friendly to people, literally everyone. So why are dogs so friendly to humans?
Dogs’ loyalty to humans stems from the shared past of the two species. After the domestication of the dog, the species and humans began to change together. Consequently, the two species developed an understanding that no other species, including higher order primates, shares with humans. Research into the bond between humans and dogs has found a number of behaviors that developed from and continue to grow the loyalty between dogs and humans.
The friendship between man and dog has gone back thousands of years. Dogs didn’t become “man’s best friend” for no reason. They give us unconditional love every day. My question is, do we deserve it? I see too many stories of dogs being mistreated, dogs being made to fight, dogs being over bred for profit, dogs being killed because they don’t have homes.
Dogs are bred to help and be companions to people. Being social with humans is in their nature and most dogs are socialized to be friendly towards people, they are taught not to be afraid or aggressive.
Here are some dog breeds that are loyal to their OWNER