How to Raise a Dog When You’re Busy

How to Raise a Dog When You're Busy

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Oh Oh No wouldn’t you do you can’t just Take him out of here that was really Greedy of you you’re acting like a pig You also sound like one too Thank you Rover for sponsoring this Video I’m hanging out with Stitch the French Bulldog today we’re doing some Training having a good time who’s got Ears like this I mean look at those give Him a thumbs up and make sure you’re Subscribed to my channel too there’s no Getting around it having a dog requires A ton of your time but does being busy Means you shouldn’t have a dog at all or Is it possible to raise a well-adjusted Dog if you’re a busy person I’m gonna Give you some advice today on what to do If you’re really busy but you’re still Confident that you can provide a great Life for your dog stitches off to a good Start on this training let’s see what He’s learned so far and maybe we can Teach them some new stuff too Look at this sock oh yeah so look at This oh that’s fun the newer your dog is To their home the more time and Attention they’re going to require Throughout the day so oftentimes you’re Gonna need to make special arrangements Especially if you’ve got a younger dog Where did that athleticism come from Routine is so important when you’re Raising a dog but if you’re a busy Person sometimes it’s hard to keep a

Routine that’s also convenient for you You are gifted a tug-of-war do you know That technology is giving us so many More options I mean think about it You can get a ride anywhere anytime it’s Effortless to have almost anything you Want delivered right to you and now Solving two of the biggest issues that I Come across not enough exercise and too Much time alone is within reach because Of one app Rover is a service that Offers dog sitting walking home visits Jake air and boarding all in one quick Convenient place within the app or on Their website and by the way the app has A 4.6 star rating in the App Store it’s A good app you can see all of the Different options right here you can do Dog boarding house sitting drop-in Visits doggie day care dog walking all Sorts of stuff this is what makes Rover Special though you hand select the People you think are right for your dog By reading reviews and other people’s Experiences let’s say you want someone To walk your dog here we can tap dog Walking there’s a lot of different People so you want to select someone who Has lots of reviews and who gets good Reviews let’s check out Chuck over here He’s got 11 reviews 5 stars that sounds Like a good place to start he tells you What his particular skills are he’s good At providing exercise he’s got

Senior dog experience you can get a Little perspective by reading his bio Here and you get all of those services At the touch of a touchscreen right Within the app so this makes it a lot Easier to narrow down the best people For your dog before I leave anyone alone With my dogs I’ve got to talk to them About my dog’s individual qualities and Their quirks so that they can take those Into account for example maybe your dog Is scared of big trucks so they all need To know to avoid busy roads or maybe You’ve got two dogs and one loves to Play fetch and the other is just a total Couch potato you kind of look like a Potato you can set up unlimited meet and Greets with pet sitters and walkers from Rover and talk to them to make sure that They’re right for your dog and that You’re both on the same page you’ll want To ask them lots of questions read the Reviews and only hire them if you feel Incredible about them you want someone Who’s gonna treat your dog as their own And Rover is making it easier than ever To find that very important special Person to care for your dog giving dogs Regular walks and outside time is a Fantastic way to curb unwanted behaviors Like unwanted barking or excessive Chewing so go to rover’s website or Download the app create an account and Make a booking check the description for

A direct link there’s no doubt that if You’re busy it can be more complicated Raising a dog let’s see how your sit Looks so let’s cover some additional Tips that will make keeping your job and Keeping your dog happy at the same time Much easier how about your down stitch We’ll do everything but I’m treating Them every single time let’s see if we Can get them to do a number of those Things without me having to reward every Time down good if you have to leave your Dog alone for more than four to five Hours at a time then it’s a really good Idea to get up extra early to give your Dog significant age-appropriate exercise Just before leaving I got him to do lots Of things in a row that’s what you want To do with your dog as they start to Prove that they understand stuff make Sense if you get all of that overflowing Energy out of your dog before you leave They’re a lot more likely to be content And well behaved while you’re gone and There’ll be a lot less likely to become Destructive or bark excessively let’s See how is leave it training looks good Impulse control seven months on this Planet and as much as he loves treats He’s mostly looking it alone it’s Important to optimize your time so when You do have some free time schedule your Social events around That you can involve your dog or take

Your dog for example maybe a dog Friendly bar a part or a festival go out Of your way to do this I mean seriously This will go a long way to making your Dog happier and ensuring that the well Socialized and well-adjusted dogs let’s See if you know Shane yes oh look at That yes I want the other hand yes that Is YouTube worthy right there buddy If you do happen to have one or two Extra days off during the week schedule An extra active day for your dog for Example when my three Border Collies Were at their peak I might extend their Frisbee training session one day or make A half day of going to the park with Them if I knew I was gonna be busy that Week or if I knew that weather was gonna Be bad for the next few days Like people a properly maintained Athletic dog is going to need recovery Time and for you that equals better Behavior while you’re gone in fact this Can give you an extra 1 to 2 days per Week of low-maintenance dog raising as They recover from that heavy exercise Day let’s see if we can learn something New if you have a roommate or a Significant other who’s helping out with Your dog make sure that you guys are Both on the same page relating to your Dog’s routine so that your dog barely Misses you while you’re gone you can see The extra effort that time of course

Ultimately it’s your responsibility to Raise train and care for your dog can You spin oh there we go If you’ve weighed all the pros and cons And determined that you’re probably too Busy for a dog then wait until life Slows down a bit but if you’re prepared To dedicate the time to your dog and you Just need a little bit of extra help From time to time then go for it if you Want to optimize your dog’s success and Their happiness go to rover’s website or Download the app create an account and Make a booking check the description for A direct link I’ll have the details in The description click thumbs up for Stitch he did a great job today and make Sure you’re subscribed to my channel I’m So proud of stitch what a good boy he is I’ll see you next time Good job stitch You

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