Someone once told me that I spoil my dog. I smiled and nodded. Yes, I do spoil my dog, and I’m proud of it. It’s not really difficult to spoil your dog because little by little, you will acquire things for your dog, like pet toys, dog beds, and yummy treats. You mean well. After all, your dog is your baby, right? With these simple ploys, you will have your dog spoiled in no time. Here are steps, some that you are probably already taking, to move in the direction of spoiling your dog without really trying.
When you hear your dog barking, use the hose to just put the nozzle over the fence, and squirt him or her, or throw the can of rocks or marbles in their general direction, careful not to actually hit them. The loud noise will scare them, and they will associate the barking with getting wet, or having loud noises come at them, they will eventually tire of the barking.
As we lay together in bed one last lazy Sunday morning, I etched in my mind forever the image of you and Brother, now snoozing back-to-back and head-to-head. Your two black coats melded together creating the illusion of one animal. I appreciated that you two could share this physical connection one more time. I’ll always remember and treasure this Sunday morning picture.
The doctor later had explained that your anemia was now pretty bad. That’s why your back legs were failing. I was relieved that you weren’t in danger that night. But I knew, down deep, that you would be in very grave trouble in just a few days.
Like every person, every dog has a certain style to sleeping. Whether trained or individual nature, these idiosyncrasies should be observed and noted prior to purchasing a Hundeseng.
If you normally take vacations, think about what you will do with your new canine family member. Do you have family that will take care of your dog? Ask them ahead of time. If not, will you have money available for placing your dog in a kennel?
Another important process to do before embarking on your journey is to go ahead and picture yourself already there and how you will look and feel WHEN (not if) you achieve your goal weight. Really try to get the feeling of how things will be for you, like energy levels, self-image, and overall outlook on life. By doing this you are making it REAL, not just something that might happen, but something that will happen.
Take a little time and put in a little effort and both you and your dog will get a great nights sleep and wake up refreshed and ready for the new day!