When he says “bye bye” on his work calls, Buster immediately knows he can run over to him.
Dogs are known for being loyal creatures that love their owners unconditionally, but a new study suggests that they may also have an understanding of when their owner’s workday is finished. Researchers at the University of Portsmouth found that dogs were more likely to stop looking at their owners when they were done working and would instead look away or rest until their owner was ready to play or spend time with them. This suggests that dogs can not only read the emotions of their owners, but also understand when they are no longer busy. It’s an amazing discovery that further proves just how intelligent our furry friends really are!