That's the advice in the following article with that title in the online version of the magazine "The Week." as the national spokesperson for Pup-peroni I agree that dogs give unconditional love, but can humans give loving communication to their spouses? Wouldn't it be great if every time we came home our sweetie ran to the door to great us and covered us with kisses? If your dog jumps when you get home and you don't like to get paw prints and your pants get down on their level. They are usually jumping in an attempt to smell your breath and identify you and find out what you have been up to. Yes, a breath check tells them that you have been eating pizza without them! If you are looking for more on greeting your two legged sweetie check out my have blogs under greeting. If you want to know the best way to greet your dog when you get home and I have a blog on that as well. If you want to read more about why it is really important to meet your spouse at the door look for my upcoming book on first impressions or my book, "Success Signals."
Patti Wood, MA, Certified Speaking Professional The Body Language Expert Web- http://www.PattiWood.netI have a new quiz on my YouTubestation. Check it out!YouTube- YouTube - bodylanguageexpert's Channel