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Herding dogs stare, they watch your every move. But our Tig also appears to judge us, determining if our moves suit her or if she knows better. Often she thinks she knows better (she should get the treat without doing anything. Her breakfast should probably come before the walk, and maybe she should get both hers and Mort’s as well because she’s the better dog of course). We have many words around the house for this stubborn nature. With a website called DOGthusiast you can probably guess… it goes a little like this: She’s so dogcieted. Look at that Tigcieted face. I think you get the picture.

Anyway, with this face, I think we know what she’s thinking:

This herding dog eyes - always staring at you

Tigger eyes… you know the song, right? A little creepy, right?

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About Author

Jen deHaan is graphic designer, small business owner, and dog person living in Bay Area, California. Jen enjoys learning about dog training and behavior, and has taken several courses and seminars since 2010. She also contributes articles to leading websites, such as Victoria Stilwell's Positively . It all started with a great dog called Mikey (aka "dude"), loved and lost but remembered forever. Jen also runs a freelance business focusing on graphic, web, and UI design at FoundPixel, and a small business creating hand crafted dog products at Stylish Canine.