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When your scratching your dogs stomach and their legs start to shake; is he/she “gettin off”?

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8 Responses to “When your scratching your dogs stomach and their legs start to shake; is he/she “gettin off”?”

  1. Tanya Davies said:

    no, it’s a sign that they enjoy it 🙂

  2. Felidire ♂ said:

    Depends how low on their ‘stomach’ you’re rubbing.. But no, It’s a muscle reflex… But I remember one time when my uncle was scratching a labrador on the stomach and the dog was enjoying it so much that he shot a jet of píss straight up his arm.

    He flinched so bad, it was hilarious.

  3. I'm already dead, I'll rise to fall again said:

    LOL! No, they just enjoy it… or they’re ticklish.

  4. moose said:

    No!! It’s to show how much they love it. My dogs do it if I hit the right spot. “The spot” always changes, it can change in seconds. It’s so funny and cute. Don’t stop doing it to your dog I’m sure they love it too much!

  5. HoodRat said:

    Hehe, no they just love it.
    They are ticklish.
    My rats also do this and so did my horse xD

  6. Geno said:

    no it means its very happy that you itched him and if you itch in a certain spot you will make him itch him self

  7. Sarra said:

    No, it is a sign that you’re scratching them and they are feeling itchy. They do it if you scratch their back too. Or at least mine does.

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