Albuquerque Dog Boarding
Since thestaying at our Albuquerque dog boarding facility are fed separately we avoid a very common problem; fighting each other for their . Dogs in their wild state need to compete with others to get their . Once they have it though, they need to save it. If they lose their , it could mean a long period of hunger is coming up. Because of this, a dog's motivation to keep the he has is very strong. Possession seems to be the most important; smaller actually defend their more than the bigger, stronger ones. Giving a dog a big bone with meat on it is like giving chocolate to a kid. A lot of smaller try and feel the need to protect and keep their bones especially if they have had to face another trying to take it away from them. A dog that does not want you getting near his bone will tense up his body and will even be willing to bite if necessary. The dog will extend his lips back to show what his intentions are and will emit and deep persistent growl. Even when a bigger dog is the leader of a pack, he will still be worried about the possibility of getting his bone snatched away from him by his smaller and weaker companions. The reason do this is to protect their precious possession and to avoid the possibility of any confrontations and because it is simply in their nature to do this. Some seem to know exactly where they buried their bones, however, believe it or not, there are some that seem to forget. Usually a strong sense of smell allows him to find his bone, that is unless it has been buried too deep. Granted that finding your garden full of holes is not a fun experience, but to the dog it is a response to an urgent need to dig up his belongings every once in awhile.