In order to keep your puppy healthy and injury free, prevention really is worth a pound of cure. Proper exercise is important for your puppy’s health and well-being, and you’re in charge. Taking a proactive role in your puppy’s health can prevent a lot of disease and heartache.
Exercise does lead to a calmer dog, but proper exercise is the key phrase. Proper exercise involves planning age- and size-appropriate activities and setting aside time to join in the fun.
Instead of just adding more physical exercise to your dog’s routine add in a few brain games. Lagotti are thinking dogs and thrive on mental stimulation exercises. Not only will these activities build a strong bond between you and your best friend, it will enhance your dogs confidence, and alleviate boredom that can often result in behavioral issues.
September 2020//Exercise and Training
Crate training takes advantage of your dog’s natural instincts to seek out a comfortable, quiet and safe place when the environment around them becomes too loud or overwhelming. It’s also an important tool in preventing dogs from chewing on items in the home or during housetraining.
April 2018//Exercise and Training
When adopters of pups fail to follow proper guidelines, (resulting in some sort of health issue) the breeder is always to blame. Puppy adopters, must realize that after that pup leaves the breeders home, it’s the sole responsibility of the adopter to become educated on proper care protocols, that if not followed, can lead to […]
March 2016//Exercise and Training
Like humans, dogs need to keep their brains busy and stimulated. Most behavior issues are rooted in boredom. The dog starts displaying destructive behavior in an effort to make their own entertainment; chewing your possessions, clawing at the walls and other “unwanted” actions often occur in un-stimulated dogs. Just imagine how you would feel with […]