While growing up on farms and ranches the best part was getting to hang out with the animals and learning their different personalities. Each one was unique in their own way.
When walking dogs, unless they really are bonded and need to be walked together, I like to walk each dog individually. This way we can walk at the pace they want to walk. They can sniff around and explore safely without the competition of another dog. It gives them time to relax and unwind and be themselves.
The nice thing about our house is that our dogs are family. We have hardwood floors and comfy couches for the dogs to lounge on. Along with a dog door that goes out to our back yard for them to potty, run and rough around in along with chasing balls and each other. Out this dog door we have a carpeted ramp so the older ones don’t have to step down or step up.
I also have crates in the kitchen so the dogs can kick back with a big bucket of water and quite time. Of course this is on top of the other water bowls so the other dogs don’t barge in on personal space.
I enjoy helping animals and keeping them happy and healthy. I know how hard it is to juggle your schedule when you have to make sure that your furry one gets their meds in the middle of the day. Or you have to work long days and they need a walk to relieve themselves. I have been there.
The only thing I will not deal with is aggressiveness.
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