Why Pets Follow You to the Bathroom (and What to Do About It)
Pets have a way of following their owners around the house, and this includes trips to the bathroom. For some pet parents, this may be cute and harmless. However, others may find it annoying or even gross. There are a few possible explanations for why pets follow their humans to the bathroom, and there are also a few things you can do to stop it from happening if you so choose.
Pets may follow their owners to the bathroom because they want attention or because they think their owners may have food.
Pets may follow their owners to the bathroom for a variety of reasons. Some pets want attention and may feel that the best way to get it is by following their owner into the bathroom. Other pets may think that their owners have food in the bathroom and want to see if they can score a snack. Still, other pets simply enjoy being close to their humans and view the bathroom as just another room in the house where they can spend time with them.
Possible things that can be done to stop a pet from following its owner to the bathroom include giving the pet attention elsewhere, keeping the door closed, or feeding the pet before going to the bathroom.
One of the most annoying things that can happen when you've got to go is having your furry friend follow you into the bathroom. It's like they know exactly what you're doing in there and they want to be a part of it. But why do pets seem to have this weird obsession with following their owners into the bathroom? There are a few possible reasons for this behavior. First, your pet may simply be trying to get your attention.
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