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I think puppy dog eyes are a sign of them thinking'poor humans..they're so stupid.'


I agree, we think we are so superior but we don't have a fraction of dogs ability.


I think puppy dog eyes are just the cutest and sweetest eyes there are!

Hairballs and Hissyfits

Those eyes melt my heart!


Adorable. I linked this post to Awww Mondays.

I didn't know this. Very interesting. I do know that dogs can communicate very nicely if we only pay attention.

Have a fabulous day. ☺

Granny Annie

Both of my dogs have me totally in their power with their facial expressions.

Kathe W.

interesting....I think they are trying to tell us more than just "gimme treats!" Have a lovely week!


Fascinating that food isn't the sole motivator. Maybe their puppy eyes are a reaction to our own eyes and how mushy it makes them feel that we are paying attention to them.

Foley Monster, Pocket and River Song

Dogs biggest motivator is love but food is a close second.

McGuffy's Reader

Dog eyes are hard to resist...and they know it! Hugs.

Dennis the Vizsla

hello jan its dennis the vizsla dog hay hmm uh oh they ar on to us!!! ok bye

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