Meeting a dogas physical, mental, and emotional needs during a period of limited mobility can help reduce the possibility of future behaviour problems, alleviate some of the stress of caring for a less active canine, and help aid recovery. Encouraging owners to reflect upon, and take into account, their dogas individual requirements in advance of surgery or other lifestyle-limiting event, the book also contains information and advice about appropriate activities that owners can introduce to their dogas daily routine whilst walks are limited.Once outside, are your walks a mixture of calm, loose lead walking with plenty of opportunities for sniffing and ... Taking your dog for rides in the car a as long as he enjoys car travel a can be an excellent form of mental stimulation for him.
|Title||:||No walks? No worries!|
|Author||:||Sian Ryan, Helen Zulch, Peter Baumber|
|Publisher||:||Veloce Publishing Ltd - 2014-09-15|