My Dog Doesn’t Like Walks Anymore – What Should I Do?

Dog doesn't want to walk

Once upon a time in a quiet suburban neighborhood, there lived a cheeky Labrador named Max. Max was known for his love of food and naps, in that order. One sunny afternoon, his owner, Sarah, decided it was time for their daily walk. She jingled his leash and called out, “Max, walk time!”

Max, who had been comfortably sprawled on the living room rug, lifted his head and gave Sarah a look that clearly said, “You’ve got to be kidding me.”

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Why Does My Dog Eat His Own Poop?

Why does my dog eat his own poop?

Dogs have a tendency to eat things that humans find repulsive, and one of the most puzzling behaviors is when they eat their own feces. The scientific term for this behavior is coprophagia, and it is more common than you might think. It is important to understand why dogs engage in this behavior and whether it is a cause for concern.

Understanding Coprophagia There are several reasons why dogs eat their own poop. One reason is that it is a natural behavior that evolved from their wild ancestors, who would eat feces to keep their dens clean and to prevent predators from tracking them.

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Another reason is that dogs may eat their poop if they are not getting enough nutrients from their food. Some dogs may also eat poop because they are bored, anxious, or seeking attention from their owners.

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5 High Maintenance Dogs Vs 5 Easy Low Maintenance Dogs

High Maintenance Dogs Vs Low Maintenance Dogs

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Dogs are excellent companions, but they don’t come free. If you want one, you might need to pay a breeder, a rescue home, or an adoption agency. Apart from the initial payment, there are maintenance costs to consider. Some high maintenance dogs, due to their inherent nature, can cost more to look after than others. It could be that they require more grooming, must eat special diets, need professional trainers, or are prone to ailments.

We asked various owners and experts about the factors affecting the cost of maintaining a dog and came up with 4. We then used the information to list 5 high maintenance dogs and 5 low maintenance breeds. If you are thinking of bringing home a furry buddy, you can use this list (and the guidelines) before making a decision about your preferred breed.

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6 Beagle Pros and Cons – Are Beagles Good Dogs to Own?

Owning a Beagle

Beagles are a small to medium-sized breed of dog known for their friendly personalities. Originally bred as scent hounds for hunting small game such as rabbits, Beagles have a keen sense of smell and a distinctive bay. However, before adopting a beagle, it’s important to think about considerations like time commitments, grooming needs, noise level, exercise requirements, and training requirements.

This article will take a look at the pros and cons of owning a Beagle.

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11 Old English Sheepdog Pros and Cons

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Guest Author: Cody Mitchell

The Old English Sheepdog is a big, fluffy human friend that frequently finds itself in the spotlight and draws a boatload of paparazzi while out and about. Its enormous size, magnificent long fur, adorable face, friendly temperament, and exceptional social skills (better than yours, actually) tend to melt everyone’s heart. In fact, the ‘big boy’ SZA was talking about in her song was the Old English Sheepdog. We all need this big boy in life to light up our world.

So, in order to find out if this English Sheepdog breed is ideal for you, scroll down this article and get the answer yourself!

The Complete Guide to Old English Sheepdogs: Finding, Selecting, Raising, Feeding, Training, and Loving Your New OES Puppy

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