5 RULES FOR A HAPPY WELL BEHAVED DOG
A tired dog is a happy dog. A puppy getting plenty of mental and physical stimulation will always show it. As dog owners, we must do so to ensure our dog’s safety. They will take good care of us and treat us properly if we treat them well. Here are five suggestions for raising a happy, well-behaved dog.
Make your dog’s daily exercise the utmost priority. Make it a family affair by getting active yourself for even better outcomes. You and your dog will become exhausted while walking, running, or hiking.
2. LINK & PLAY
Get down on your dog’s level and play with him! Your dog needs to interact with you since you are their only human. They had them all the time. Please give them the respect and encouragement they deserve.
3. High-quality food
Your dog needs to maintain a healthy weight. Make sure they get enough exercise and high-quality dog food. Because there is insufficient regulation of the pet food industry, you should be cautious when deciding what to give your dog. Consult your veterinarian if you are unsure of the best food for your pet.
4. JOYFUL HOUR
Just like you, your dog needs a happy hour. Dogs are often gregarious creatures. You may state your dog’s desire to socialize with other dogs by taking him to the dog park, scheduling puppy playdates, or even taking him to Olympus Willow Park’s very own bark park.
5. IMPROVE CONFIDENCE
You can give your dog the confidence they deserve with some basic training! Give them the primary cues to “sit down,” “down,” and “remain.” They are willing to impress you by learning a new trick, so good conduct is made feasible.
The saying goes, “Happy dog, happy life.” Or something similar, yes? Friends, let’s fetch.