Rescued Insanity post based on this post from Paws Abilities ) I began wondering whether we could be creating our own SuperDogs.
The idea is that the more we exclusively use exercise to tire out their pups, the more athletic our dogs become.
They become SuperDogs, requiring massive amounts of physical exercise daily, and we actually need to exercise them more.
Luckily, even with all of our Daily Walks, I don't think we have created a SuperDog:
We know how important it is to expose our pups to all types of sounds experiences and people, especially living in the city where we are constantly walking under the El tracks, we have gotten stuck in a Zombie flash mob, and we have met drunk people who want to put sombreros on our pups' heads (twice!).
So we get out there.
Through the years our pups have become accustomed to a wide range of experiences and they keep a fully-stocked social calendar complete with cheerleading, street parties, and parade appearances.
She expects every person she sees to come and pet her. And we live in a big city. There are a lot of people.
Lately, even after going to SociaBulls plus another long walk, she will spend the weekend stalking us around the house, staring wide-eyed, impatient to see what is next on her itinerary.
Can they really become a Social-Superdog?
Maybe we just need to get back to this?
You can see how much they thrive here (especially the Vimeo!)
Our real SuperDog
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