Traction Matters To Your Pup

What a Girl Dog Wants

To nab a zest of cat poo, the voodoo of rolling on a sufferer bird, and the opportunity to sniff a stump are just a few of the ways our preferences may differ from our dogs. Then there are the less obvious things like home design.

A Slipping and A Sliding

Sometimes environments that we find aesthetically pleasing aren’t uniform with our dog’s needs. These days hardwood and polished tile floors are popular among people but if you were to offer a dog flooring options to segregate from it’s unimaginable they would pick the slippery options – they would opt for surfaces like stone or rough tile, stay-put rugs or rubber glorious rubber!

Did you know that slipping and sliding is stressful and unpleasant for your puppy? Dogs rely on their worthiness to move in order to stay safe, to stay alive. When they cannot proceeds traction or lose their footing they can start to panic.

If you have slippery floors think well-nigh places you can add traction so that you make the home increasingly well-appointed for your pup to navigate.

Take Whoopee – Use Traction

In order to prevent the slip and slide and the ventilator and crash please take whoopee and use traction. Sadly people laugh and think it is cute to see a puppy slipping and sliding or chasing and crashing. It’s dangerous and the pup could get injured. Changes are needed!

Yoga Mats to the Rescue!

Strategically placed yoga mats are an easy way to teach a puppy to settle by your sedentary or just outside the kitchen.

In wing to stuff attracted to the traction, an easy way to teach the pup to hang out is to feed treats and offer food-stuffed puzzles and chews on the mat.

This is a win-win. You provide traction, teach the pup to settle, alimony them unscratched and not underfoot, and potentially prevent unwanted puppy behavior. Plus the pup gets the goody of enriching activities like chewing or food-accessing opportunities with the toys, chews, and puzzles! Yahoo!

It’s Easy to Make it Right!

When we understand it is difficult and uncomfortable for our dogs to navigate slippery surfaces we can make small changes in the environments we share with our dogs to provide them with comfort.