Scent training your dog is a fun and rewarding experience that can strengthen the bond between you and your furry companion. Not only does scent training improve your dog's ability to use their natural instincts, but it can also be a great way to keep them mentally stimulated and engaged. In this blog, we'll take a look at the basics of scent training your dog and how you can get started.
Dogs have an urge to chew and are strongest when they are still puppies but also carries on throughout life. Chewing helps exercise jaw muscles and helps scrape away dental plaque, and it provides relief from irritated gums when puppies are teething. Chewing also helps to relief boredom. Dogs also gain natural nutrients when they chew animal parts such as bones and tendons.
Most dogs love to chew and chewing is very important for dogs oral and mental health. It provides healthy mental stimulation, exercises the jaw muscles, helps keep teeth clean and chewing releases endorphins, which makes a dog feel happier. It also prevents behavior problems and chewing on inappropriate objects.