DOGS HAVE HAD IT HARD
this year. Yes, they’ve been the
heroes of the pandemic, the delight
and salvation of lonely and lovestarved
people across the country.
But their very own doggy pandemic
is massing on the horizon,
born of separation anxiety, lack
of socialisation and a build-up of
bad feelings absorbed from their
increasingly frazzled owners. And
that means that a whole panoply
of dog therapists is coming into its
own, with treatments and theories
at the ready.
If you are planning to purchase or adopt a puppy and you want it to stay small, then it’s important to choose the right breed. Each small breed dog has its own unique characteristics, some are energetic and active, some are more relaxed and happier to sit on your lap for hours at a time, and some are easier to train than others. Regardless of the small breed dog you choose, dog training experts recommend you choose the best one for the whole family.