Resolutions For You And Your Dog

New Year’s Resolutions For You And Your Dog

This year’s resolution: Exercise more… by running out of excuses.” – author unknown

DogNewYearsResolution-BowWowFunTowneNew Year’s resolutions aren’t just for humans—they can also be great for your dog as well as a great way to build the bond between you and your furry friend.

As we begin a new year, it’s the perfect time to set some goals for both yourself and your dog that will not only benefit you individually but also strengthen the special relationship you share.

Here are some resolutions to consider:

Resolutions for you:

1. Prioritize Daily Exercise: Commit to providing your dog with regular exercise. Whether it’s going for longer walks, exploring new trails, or engaging in interactive play, aim for consistent physical activity.

  • This resolution benefits both you and your furry companion by improving fitness levels and fostering a deeper bond.

2. Improve Training and Enrichment: Make it a goal to enhance your dog’s mental stimulation through training sessions or puzzles. Spend dedicated time reinforcing commands, teaching new tricks, or engaging in brain-teasing activities.

  • Not only does this mental workout keep your dog sharp, but it also strengthens the communication between you.

3. Upgrade Nutrition and Health: Consult with your vet to ensure your dog is on the best diet possible. Make a resolution to provide healthier food choices and treats.

  • Additionally, schedule regular vet check-ups and maintain grooming routines to keep your pup healthy and happy.

4. Increase Quality Time Together: Commit to spending more quality time with your dog. This could include cuddling on the couch, having designated playtime, or exploring new activities together.

  • Your presence and attention mean the world to your dog, so make it a priority.

Resolutions for your dog:

1ImproveSocialization-BowWowFunTowne. Socialization: If your dog is shy or could benefit from more social interaction, make it a resolution to expose them to new dogs and people in controlled environments.

  • Enrolling in a training class or organizing playdates can help them become more comfortable and confident around others.

2. Mental Stimulation: Provide your dog with mentally stimulating toys or puzzles.

  • Engaging their mind with activities that challenge them will help prevent boredom and destructive behavior.

3. Health Check-ups: Commit to keeping your dog’s health in top shape.

  • Regular vet check-ups, dental care, and keeping vaccinations up-to-date are essential for your pup’s well-being.

4. Learn New Tricks: Make it a goal to teach your dog new tricks or skills.

  • This not only stimulates their mind but also strengthens the bond between you as you work together towards a common goal.

Shared Resolutions:

1.ResolveToHaveNewExperiences-BowWowFunTowne Explore New Adventures: Set a resolution to have new experiences and explore new places together.

  • Whether it’s hiking trails, visiting dog-friendly parks, going swimming or taking a road trip, new experiences create lasting memories for both of you.

2. Practice Patience and Understanding: For both you and Fido, resolving to practice patience and understanding can significantly improve your friendship.

  • Recognize that learning takes time and be patient with each other’s progress.

By working on these resolutions, you’re not only investing in your own and your dog’s well-being but also nurturing the great connection that you share. Remember, the key to success is consistency and commitment. Here’s to a fulfilling and joyous year ahead for you and your furry companion!

At BowWow Fun Towne, dogs are our business, and our friends, and we understand how important your dog is to you.

BowWow Fun Towne offers puppy socializing, in home training, and boarding options

We are experts in dog day care, we care about your dogs and take their health and well-being seriously. Our facility features a full size swimming pool for fun and exercise.

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About MaryMark

At BowWow Fun Towne, I enjoy catering to every dog and their every need. We don’t believe you can spoil your best friend too much—and our doggie daycare is the perfect place for spoiling. Connect with her on Google+
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