There is one more confusing thing. Your dog can yawn even if he is with his owner. If this is the situation, they will often yawn when you do out of empathy. As a result, if you’re yawning and your dog starts doing the same too, that’s not a bad thing at all. Moreover, one more thing you should take care about. Sometimes you will be near other dogs that you do not own. If you’re not yawning and an unfamiliar dog is, you might have a problem.
Your dog sits on your feet
If your dog sits on your feet that could mean many things. One thing can be that if your dog has separation anxiety that could be a way that your dog is using to comfort himself being close to you. Sometimes dogs are possesive, that why your dog sits on your feet when hi is jealous and is trying to show you are his. In addition, maybe your dog sits on your feet just because he loves to be near to you.
Wanting to sleep in your bed.
Sometimes your dog wants to sleep in your bed. This is more related with wanting to be with you than how nice your bed is. If you suffer from allergies, do not worry most vets don’t see any harm in it.
This could happen when the “dog’s tongue extends straight out of the mouth and retracts again immediately.” This is often a signal of discomfort, either with an unfamiliar person or unwanted contact that’s making the dog anxious. If you hav a submissive dog, this can also be his way of trying to appease a more dominant presence.