Keeping Dogs Happy
Being around with other dogs and humans every now and then will keep a dog happy due to the fact that dogs are pack animals. They are more likely to have good health if they are always cheerful. Once dogs are kept happy, there are unlikely to become obese simply because there is a lower probability that they will suffer from anxiety, the quality of their exercise gets better when they are able to run around and play with other dogs and their immune system is improved. Because it is known that the benefits of socialization are more obtained when it is started at an early age, puppies should not be separated from their mothers for at least 8 weeks to obtain the best results. To help your pup socialize, you can consider some of the few tips that are listed below.
Maintaining their Health is Very Important
Having your dogs socialize at an early age poses some associated risks. As an example, they can be vulnerable of acquiring parvovirus from having contact with other dogs if they have not yet completed their full course of vaccinations. Make sure that you will let them socialize with other dogs that you are acquainted with and whose owners you can trust. Furthermore, make sure that your dog is kept away from mud and grass most of the time since there are certain diseases that can be acquired from it. Needless to say, when your dogs comes in contact with the other dogs there is really a big chance that he or she will catch some fleas from them. Before you use a flea and tick control product for your dog, make sure that you have thoroughly check it and you have read its reviews to find out if it work for your dog. Rather than being sorry, it is very essential to keep your dogs safe from pests and bugs while they are still young since it can cause them irritation and great discomfort, and they can even pass it to other dogs as well.
Guard them Always
When dogs are trained to be sociable, they are placed is certain situations that might be uncomfortable for them. Having said that, they could act outrageously since they will feel scared and uncomfortable and there might be a need for you to intervene for your dog’s safety and the other people and dogs around as well. Leaving your dog unsupervised in new situations or other animals or new people should never be done, especially at an early age.
Most of your dog’s life lessons are acquired between the ages three to twelve weeks old.