Seriously? is that what you think?
The likelihood is, the dog is NOT receiving something he needs, or he is poorly, so this might be an opportunity to call an animal communicator. But before you go to a communicator for answers, ask yourself, what have you done that could have made the dog react this way?
Be totally honest with yourself, are you exercising the dog enough? do they have enough play toys? do they have access to enough food and clean water? Access to the garden?
Do you spend quality time with your dog, just you and him/her? Have you had any changes in the home recently? i.e building work? new pet? loss of a companion animal, new partner? new baby etc?
If you can honestly say all of the above have been covered and none could be the cause then it is so important to take your dog to the vet's for an overall health check, it could be your dog is in pain, something as simple as tooth ache, a bad back or sore skin. So please get your dog checked over by a VET.
Now, if your dog is clear of any medical issues and your vet can't help, and you have covered everything above, it might be worth calling an Animal Communicator to talk with your dog and see if they can find out what is wrong, but the chances are your dog does like you, but is just frustrated and needs something.
So I hope this helps you understand not to take it personally. Your dog does like you!
Animal Communicator, Teacher, Animal Advocate and proud Vegan.
Joanne Hull is the UK's leading Animal Communicator. Animal advocate and proud Vegan. She has written several books on the subject, been guest expert in numerous TV shows and having taught thousands of people worldwide how to connect on a deeper level with their pets, she dedicates her life to creating harmony between humans and animals.