You may read this title and think, “There is no Zen for the parent of a teething puppy!” True, a teething puppy requires extra supervision and care, but with the right precautions you and your pet
Nala learns to play!
A story of a rescue dog that didn't understand what "play" was... until their new family showed her:
“Cassie I have had since she was a puppy. She has always been extremely high-energy (field line) and consistently destructive to every toy we provided. She even ate my imitation pheasant that I used for training when she was a pup.
We are so glad that Nala is in such a wonderful loving home and has learned how to PLAY!! It isn't too surprising that Cassie taught Nala to play, since many of us humans are reminded frequently by our dogs that we need to get out, be acitve, and play too! Aren't dogs great!!
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