Dog’s paw could mean he owns you or just likes you
I love dogs. I’ve always had a dog. One of things dogs do is that when I come up to say hi to them they have to put a paw on my foot. Is that a possessiveness thing? Do all dogs do that? It seems to be a sort of common thing, but the explanations for this vary depending on which expert you ask.
Some say it is a sign of possessiveness.
The dog is claiming ownership of you.
It’s true, dogs can be possessive and protective, but that one doesn’t sound quite right to me.
It could be the dog is just asking for your attention or even more likely that the paw-on-the-foot thing is a sign of affection. You like dogs and dogs like you. Be glad you have so many friends. I’m pretty sure my cat is left-pawed and not right-pawed. Big whoop.
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27. When was the national anthem first played at the start of a baseball game?
The anthem had been played to start games off and on since 1862.
However, playing the anthem to start a game didn’t become a regular thing until Sept. 5, 1918, the first game of the World Series between the Boston Red Sox and the Chicago Cubs, when it was the anthem of the Army and Navy.
It didn’t officially become the national anthem until 1931.