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Does your dog need puppy prozac? - pets


Is your dog up to dirty no good again? Did he eat your socks? Knock your drink off the auburn table? Chew because of your darling vintage album album? Be supposed to you invest in Doggy Prozac? Ought to you think about plummeting him off at the local pound?

Goodness no. There's a analyze why your dog's been behaving badly. It could be that he's not receiving an adequate amount attention.

Remember when he was just a diminutive pup? Oh, you couldn't wait to get home from work each day, so you could drop about on the rug together, go for a jog about town on a sunny day, show him off to cute girls at the mall.

Now what's he get? A five-minute bathroom break with just an adequate amount of time to get a quick sniff of the front lawn. . . with you yelling "Baxter, get in here!" at him the whole time? That's no fun! If you were Baxter, how would you feel if you waited about all day for your pal to get home, and then when your pal at last showed up all he did was crack open a beer and throw himself on the couch?

Too often, today's busy and distracted pet owner blames their dog's naughtiness on a "nervous condition," hyperactivity, or just plain naughtiness. They pay for dear dog compliance classes. They consult with pet psychologists. They hand out Doggy Prozac like it was candy. And if all else fails and their dogs are still wreaking havoc at home, they commit the horrendous. They drop their poor pets off at the pound, hopeful that "someone else" will be beat able to code name them.

What a sad situation! If you know you can't apply your time to care a pet, why would you ever have one? They're cute? You accepted wisdom it might be fun? Your girlfriend handed you a puppy one day, and you couldn't resist?

These are all terrible reasons to take on the accountability of being a pet owner, above all if you previously lead a busy and full life.

Imagine how your dog must feel, lonely and bored all day. If you were cooped up for eight hours with tons of energy to burn, what do you think you'd do? Why, you'd do what your dog does! Go rooting because of the trash, tunneling under the rug, barking out the open chance and chewing up anything you could find.

If you're a dog owner, maybe it's time to actually think about what your pet means to you. Are you generous that beast the love and awareness he deserves?

See the way his whole body wriggles with delight at the sight of you? See that tail wagging with fierce devotion? Take a good look at him, he's your baby, he's your pal, and he's staring at you with that obsessed look in eyes. . . now, don't you want to give him that elite one-on-one time that he so badly craves with you?

Just a 20-minute walk a day can do wonders for your dog's spirit, tucker him out so he's soother in general, and help him to feel happy and content. Give your pup an channel to burn off that energy! He can't help being hyper, he's a dog and he's just wired that way. Show him how much he means to you. Teach him some tricks, feed him some treats. . . bring him with you on your next vacation.

There is nonentity wrong with the world's "hyper" or "bad" dogs. They don't need therapy, and they don't need medication.

They just need our love.

Copyright 2005 Dina Giolitto. All human rights reserved.

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