Dogs are the four-legged beasts that once lived in the mountains hunting in packs and have now been welcomed into our homes as part of the family. So how did they end up making such a drastic change? Some theorize the dogs began to follow the humans hunting as a way to land an easy meal while others believe it was the other way around, and humans were trying to learn from dogs and their hunting skills.
Whatever the case, those fluffy ears, wet noses, and wagging tails son became too much for us to handle. We had to have one to cuddle up with on the couch, and binge-watch an entire season of a show with for our lives to become complete. However, it looks as though there might be things you think your dog loves but they actually hate.
[post_page_title]Being a couch potato[/post_page_title]
Sometimes, it can be easy to spend hours in front of the TV as we watch an entire season of our favorite show. Before we know it, the whole weekend has disappeared in the blink of an eye, and we are left with a pretty upset pooch. Although our dogs usually love to spend time with the rest of their pack, they can need a lot of stimulation to keep amused.
One or two walks a day are typically enough to keep dogs active and stimulated for a few hours. However, they need more than just exercise. Our four-legged friends need some mental stimulation when they’re at home, too. Dog toys, playing fetch, or giving them a food-related chew toy can all be great ways to keep their minds ticking over while we relax and unwind. Plus, a little extra bonding time never hurt any relationship.
Staying fit is certainly a commitment. Besides doing the physical training, there are some other factors to consider, like nutrition