Does your dog have a clear favourite in your household? yes 0 Vote up! Both our previous dogs were deffo Mrs P allegiance. I’d actually rather it was otherwise but I suspect our new addition is gravitating to me. 0 Vote up! Yes, it's not me. Or more accurately, it's only me if the dog is scared or unwell. 0 Vote up! Of course. For simply being stroked, etc. it’s my dad. I’m the one who is in charge and she’ll do what I say. When she’s after good she goes to my mum. 0 Vote up! Yep, me. Dunno why, other than poor taste. 0 Vote up! Until recently, he respected Viperess more but he liked me most. Now I’m pretty sure I’m just the favourite but Viperess did go away for a month during which time I was sole ape in charge of food 0 Vote up! yes and it's also not me 0 Vote up! Yes. My mum passed away last month and I inherited one of her Westies, as I mentored a few weeks back. She used to breed them and he is the one puppy she kept from the last litter, so he has known me pretty much since birth. I think I was his second favourite human after mum. Now she has gone and he has moved to us, he has transferred his affections almost entirely to me. His new second favourite is our nanny! 0 Vote up! *mentioned 0 Vote up! Hi Kingfaff, Sounds as though the adjustment has been good despite the initial concerns. Hope the new companion has been a tonic at a tough time. We have just had another dry night, though she peed all over the place when I got home last night just out of sheer excitement, and Mrs P was quite pleased to see me too. 0 Vote up! Yes Dogs respect the alpha 0 Vote up! Awww Davos I am sure he is fond of you as well though, probably feels protective of you. Ours is a bit of a weirdo. He is a rescue and I suspect his genetics are street dog so many generations back that he is more feral than proper pet. His clear favourite is my daughter. Mainly because she spoils him so much. 0 Vote up! Definitely me. But as the choice is between me and the cat, I'm not overly flattered. 1 Vote up! previous dogs - yes. no current dogs. but the cats do 0 Vote up! My brother's beagle always wants to have sex with my leg like I'm her special friend. I don't think anyone else gets this sort of attention. What does this mean? 0 Vote up! A friend of our neighbour my dog's favourite person. She only sees him occasionally every few months but goes utterly mental when she does. No one knows why, he's never fed her treats or anything. I once had to go get her back off him trying to leave late at night and she bloody growled at me. True love. 0 Vote up! Refresh Back to board Join the discussion Login Register 0 Vote up!