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Since ancient times, dogs have been considered man’s best friends. There are few people in the world who would be indifferent to these cheerful and faithful beings. However, the need for daily walks with a pet, and regardless of weather conditions, often makes you abandon the idea of having a four-legged friend. But is it worth thinking so categorically? In our article we will talk about the place that walks in a dog’s life take and how often you need to walk with your pet.
Daily walks are necessary for animals to feel good and good health. It is not enough to take the pet out to the street just for him to do his job, and immediately get him home. This does not provide the dog with physical activity and does not bring any benefit. However, it would also be wrong to say that at least 2 walks of at least an hour duration are required every day, because everything in this matter depends on the breed, age and individual characteristics. Continue reading
Dog training is not just a fascinating process of interaction between the owner and the pet, but also a necessity, because the dog (especially the medium and large) must know and carry out the basic commands so that nothing threatens the comfort and safety of others. In addition, serious specialized training of dogs cannot be avoided in many specialized, professional structures, as well as in exhibition activities and sports.
First, let’s talk about the concept of “training”, what is it? Training is the training of a dog for teams that will be performed by it in any conditions with the appropriate sign of the owner. In the process of training, the execution of commands is fixed in the dog as a conditioned reflex, which allows the owner to control the dog’s behavior both during its stay at home and during walks.
Training is the key to the safety of others and the dog itself. A trained dog will not run after a ball or a cat and accidentally fall under a car, pick up food lying on the ground, run away from the owner and, of course, do not disturb a person passing by. Continue reading