When a dog wags its tail enthusiastically and joyfully upon seeing a specific person, it's a clear sign of affection and preference.
Dogs often display heightened excitement and enthusiasm, such as jumping, licking, and pawing, when their favorite human returns home or interacts with them.
Consistent seeking of attention and following indicate a dog's preference for a specific person as their favorite and desired companion.
Seeking snuggling or cuddling moments demonstrates a dog's special bond and preference for a specific person.
When a dog maintains eye contact and gives undivided attention to their favorite human, it shows a deep connection and trust between them.
Preferential engagement in play and enthusiastic participation in games indicate a dog's preference for their favorite person.
Protective behavior, such as standing close, barking at threats, and being alert, demonstrates a dog's concern, loyalty, and preference for their favorite human.
Complete relaxation and comfort, including lying down or falling asleep, indicate a strong bond and a sense of security between a dog and their favorite person.