As a dog owner, it’s important to be aware of your dog’s health. For most of us, we first think of our dog’s joint health and pay attention to how our dog is moving and playing. When we notice joint discomfort, we’re quick to respond with a visit to the vet and taking the steps to ensure this joint discomfort does not become chronic.
Have you ever thought about your dog’s mental health? Your dog’s mental health is equally as important as having healthy and flexible joints. Often the biggest mental health struggle dogs have is with boredom.
Unexpected changes in behavior such as chewing furniture, excessive barking, nervousness around children or new people, extreme energy bursts, or reluctance to play with a favorite toy can all point to boredom. Read more