Do These Guilt-Free Ways to Spoil Your Dog
There is no denying that dogs are our so-called man’s best friends among animals. Around 45 percent of American households is counting a dog as part of their families, and this shows a lot of friendship going on in one’s household. There are many things that dogs can help us and make us happy, from the tricks they do, to guiding partially sighted individuals, to rescuing people in distress and so on to show how smart they are. Despite these abilities, dogs are innocent enough to accept and beg for food treats. Because of this, many dogs suffer with some health and dental issues by being overweight and simply having a bad diet.
Yes it is undeniable that we find it hard to resist to offer to our dogs some pet scraps from our dinner tables, or even sharing a snack every time they fix to us those pleading eyes. Your best solution, if you are on the brink of giving in to spoil and indulge your dog even if your head is nagging you that it is not right, is to have some alternatives of treats.
Giving your dogs different kinds of treats and to associate chosen words or phrases to go with them may take some time of training, but investing your effort and time to teach your pet will pay off in the long run.
Here we will point out briefly some easy ways to treat or spoil your dogs without damaging their health.
Our first alternative treat is your attention, even if dogs would love to have food first, but this is just as welcome. If you know of an area that your dog seems to enjoy going, then take this as an alternative of the treats by bringing your pet there and use words or phrase that will make your pet associate it as another kind of treat.
Our second option for a treat is a new toy for your pet, and this is because just like our children, dogs will always welcome a new thing that he or she can play with. If you can stand the noise of squeaky toys, then this a great alternative treat for most of dogs, and just take notice if it comes to a point of becoming a choke hazard. Many dogs love a tug of war pull toy and even something cuddly that they can snuggle with, and you can find several toys that are affordable.
Tasty and healthy snacks are your next alternative treat for your pet dogs, like cold carrots and cooked sweet potato, plus they get vitamins in taking these treats.