People say “Having a dog will bless you with the happiest days of your life” because a dog is the only thing on earth that loves you more than he loves himself.
This is the reason why most of the pet owners would rather spend time with their dogs than with their friends or other people. Three in five find their pet helps them destress after a tough day, and 57% feel less lonely when their pet is beside them.
Besides being fun for both you and your dog, the play serves an important role in preparing your puppy for life as an adult. Play helps him develop social and physical skills that he will need for the rest of his life. Dogs need to engage in fun activities just as humans in order to keep them both mentally and physically fit.
So when we talk about the play with respect to dogs we simply assume that it’s just playing out in a park or taking your dog for a brisk walk. This may ultimately contribute to adult fitness but not to your pet. Dogs need toys for themselves to provide mental stimulation, allow for appropriate chewing, as serve as important tools in behaviour modification.
Dogs are often more willing to play with any object the can get their paws on. That means you need to be particularly careful when monitoring your dog’s playtime to prevent any unscheduled activities. So be sure to buy toys of appropriate size for your dog. Toys that are too small can be easily swallowed.
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