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"How to tell if your dog needs more of your attention."

by Whitney Coy

 

 

Are those sad puppy-dog eyes just a ploy for another treat, or is your furry friend really missing you at the end of the day?

 

Are you finding enough time in your busy schedule to devote to your dog?

 

"One of most people's biggest complaints is that there's not enough time to do everything, yet we bring in animals that have high needs," says David Levin, owner of dog walking and training company Citizen Hound. "All dogs want is our time. Chances are the answer is no, our dogs are not getting enough attention." 

"The real reasons your pup is waking you up at night."

by Whitney Coy

 

There's not really a good way to be woken up in the middle of the night, but a cold, wet nose is one of the worst.

 

What in the world could your dog possibly need at 2 a.m... every single night? Does it actually need anything, or is it just looking for company?

 

I spoke with a couple of experts, and as it turns out, Fido may just be messing with you.​

"Why your dog is always begging for food even when it's not hungry."

by Whitney Coy

 

Does it seem like your dog would be happy with a bottomless food bowl? Is your dog right under your feet every time you handle food — both its and yours?

 

As a pet owner, you don't want to feed your pet too much, and you don't want to stuff your face while it starves in the corner, either. Unfortunately, it's not always easy to tell if your dog is really hungry.

 

David Levin, owner of dog walking and training company Citizen Hound, says it's pretty much impossible to tell if your dog is hungry or not. "That's why dog food labels come with recommended feeding amount instructions," he explained. "Those labels usually offer a range based on your dog's ideal body weight. You should also consider the dog's activity level when deciding which end of the recommended range to feed."​

 

 

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