A Guide To Having An Awesome Festive Season With Your Dog.
Now that Christmas is beckoning, you need to figure out the way you will celebrate without leaving out on your dog. You are aware that there are many dangers that the dog is submitted to during the festive season. This guide will help you know what you need to do to ensure that the dog is safe during this Christmas season. The number one thing is to ensure the dog makes at least half a mile walk every day, this will help to keep the dog healthy by reducing excess calories. Many people seat on the couch all day and eat plenty of dishes during the festive season forgetting that the dog needs to be taken for walks.
If you realize that the good is too good, you need to think about the dog and see how things are faring. Do not let the dog stay for long outside especially due to the cold weather, if you have to walk it be sure to wear him some boots to avoid freezing. When the weather is adverse whenever it is cold be sure to keep the dog warm in the house. There is need to have warm crates that the dogs will spend the time to ensure that they do not feel left out in the cold.
It would be wrong for any dog owner to come up with a conclusion that his/her food would be healthy for his/her dog. However, you will not be doing anything good to a dog when you give it some of your leftovers. There is a reason your dog begins to fall sick when you expose it to food which could be spilled and thus being poisonous. It is under stable that you are overwhelmed by the snacks you buy in your house in the festive seasons, but that is not the reason you need to be careless with your pet. It is common to come across people buying all the Christmas chocolate gifts in these festivals. Hence, the dog might grab some when you are not looking at it. Make sure that all the avocados, coffee and chocolates and so far from the dogs reach.
When Christmas knocks at the door, it becomes a social and busy moment for most people. Most dogs would not be celebrating with their owners during such times because they are irritated by their noise and also feel like their space is occupied. Also, during this time, dogs tend to be very stressful and restless. To avoid an instance where your dog misbehaves out of being too excited, you need to have a plan of how you are going to deal with the situation.
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