Keeping your dog safe during Halloween is super important, because you never know where danger lurks!
YOU know the vet isn't going to hurt your dog, but he doesn’t. Plus, his association with the building, the slippery floor, the smells, and all that body handling creates stress even before he walks through the door, but your canine best friend doesn't know that.
Telling people that dog bowls can ruin training might be a bit controversial, but it is true. Of course, most dogs love their bowls. In fact, your dog might love his bowl more than yours. Yes everyone, everything is competition.
There’s a lot of things that can fill your dog’s bucket. Fun and exciting things, stressful and scary things, annoying and frustrating things, etc… Every little event can play a role in filling or emptying that bucket.
It has so many benefits!! It’s a great form of exercise (for you BOTH!), it requires your dog to be focused and take direction from you (so it’s a great obedience/brain workout, too), and it’s FUN, which means it’s a great relationship boost for you and your best friend.