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Chewing is a natural behavior for all dogs. There is no way around this, it is just part of being a dog…a very important part. Regardless of whether they are a young pup going through its teething stage, or an adult dog that use chewing as a pass time. All dogs have the need to chew. It fights plaque, provides mental stimulation, which can help relieve boredom and frustration.
Dogs come in all shapes and sizes. Some are beautiful purebreds, others are loveable mutts. No matter what they are, though, our dogs can be our very best friends. They become our family. Because of this, we want to treat them to something special every now and then. Your dog will see your gratefulness the next time he sees a delicious strip of rawhide coming his way.
It can be quite challenging choosing the right dog toys for your four-legged companion, especially when you consider the number of different products available on the market. The options can be endless, and the whole process can even become overwhelming. The worst thing is that even if you thought you managed to purchased an exciting new toy for your four-legged companion, there is no guaranteed that your dog won’t get bored of it after only a couple of days.
While your dog can’t tell you what’s on their doggie mind, having a solid understanding of canine facial expressions and their accompanying body language and behavior have a great value. We put together some of the more common canine communications offered by those very expressive fury faces. It’s also important when drawing conclusions about a dog’s facial expressions to factor in the rest of the body language in order to get the whole message.
Dogs like to chew. Chewing is a natural behavior for all dogs because it allows them to explore the world around them, exercise their jaws and even clean their teeth. It also engages them mentally and alleviates boredom. It helpsexpels energy and produces feel-good chemicals in their brain, keeping them calm and relaxed. So, can we relive their stresses by allowing them to chew? Absolutely!
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