Dog Does Not Approve of Different Objects At Home

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Every day, we spend a lot of time with out dogs. No matter how much we work or other obligations that we have, we always make time for our lovely fury friends. However, many of them spend a lot of time at home and often, alone.

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This is one of the biggest problems that makes people skeptical about getting a pet or not. There are many people out there who would like to have dogs, yet, they are afraid of this responsibility. It is totally understandable, leaving them alone at home can be dangerous for them and at the same time, they can break a lot of expensive objects inside.

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Of course, there are specific training programs that can help you with your dogs while you are not home. Nowadays, another interesting thing is a new profession that is developing day by day, dog walking. There are many people, mainly students who walk dogs for a living. I believe this is a win-win situation. Dog owners who do not have the time to spend with their dogs agree that leaving their dogs with a dog walker is a good decision.

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Going back to dogs and their ‘relationship’ with objects around the house, this dog here surely does not like many objects that his owners use on a daily basis. Like him, there are also many other dogs who do not like being at home due to having problems with specific objects. It is common sense. We can’t expect something that is completely normal for us to be completely normal for dogs as well.

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Another thing that we like and many dogs don’t is technology. I can recall a moment when a dog owner was playing with his VR game and his dog got totally confused. In this video, a dog named Hazel has shown negative responses to many objects. To name a few, he is afraid of thermometer, cardboard boxes, kitchen utensils etc. Well, I am pretty sure that he will get used to all of these objects as soon as possible, it is all about time. Please have a look at the video below and let us know what you think! Have you experienced the same problems with your dogs? Feel free to share!


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