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So I’m aware some dogs aren’t that keen on affection, but I wondered if it’s common for them to behave that way early and grow to like it naturally (I know it can’t be trained).
My lab pup is 12 weeks and while he tolerates petting, he doesn’t seek it out. He loves biting the tassles on my shorts but this is the only time he really snuggles up, once he’s done with the tassles he’ll go to the other end of the sofa.
Contrary to what I’ve read, he doesn’t/hasn’t really followed us around much like puppies are said to do, except when we have food.
At night he will occasionally snuggle in bed as the night goes on, but not always.
So is this just a phase lots of puppies go through or is it likely this aspect of his personality will remain constant? If this is what he’s going to be like, we can still have lots of nice experiences with him, but we need to adjust our expectations of him.
In terms of bonding, I work from home and make an effort to engage him throughout the day with tug, walks, training and general playing, but I definitely think he’s bonded better with my partner – that said – he doesn’t cuddle either of us.
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