The dog in an empty house


Summer ends and kids go back to school. Are you aware these changes can also affect your dog? I mean, they got to spend summer with family having  lots fun;  all the sudden they are left behind in an empty house.  These are some things you can do to help your pooch to have a sweet transition. No body wants a blue dog.  Isn’t it?

■ Feed your dog just before you leave and after his morning walk.  Mostlikely he’ll go to sleep after brekfast and wont miss you much.


■ Leave a fun toy for your dog to play with.  A kong is great because it keeps your furry friend busy while trying to get the treats out of the kong.


■ Give your dog a break by having a DOG WALKER visit him.  He will not only go out for a nice walk, but if walked in  group walk, he’ll have some socialization time with his other doggie friends! Give your dog a job!



■ Leave your dog a comfy place where he can chill!!


■ Ensure the house is dog proof, this way your canine pal wont get into things he shouldn’t  while waiting for you to be back home.


■ Just as your dog will miss you, you’ll do the same thing. Get yourself a nice doggy theme book or pen for example to have with you while at school or at work.


Happy back to school day!

Have any questions? We’ll be very happy to chat with you.

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