5 Simple New Year’s Resolutions That You Can Keep With Your Pet

Happy New Year Responsible Pet Parent!

Have you come up with your New Year’s resolution already?

… walk more often

… shed off the pounds gained during the holiday season

… read a book

You may have a New Year’s resolution for yourself, so why not have a resolution for you and your pet?

In my years of keeping New Year’s resolutions,  I learned a simple trick to be able to sustain what I have set out to do for the year.

The secret?

Keep your new year’s resolutions simple and fun.  This way, you be more motivated to do it more often and stick to it 🙂

Now, as you think about the New Year’s resolution for you and your pet, here are some simple, do-able and fun ideas for you:

  1.  Read to your dog.
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Read To Your Dog

Do you read to your kids at bedtime? Have your fur baby join you.  Your pet can be allowed on the bed with the kids. If it is not allowed, your pet can can lie down by the bed.

Don’t have kids? You can read to your fur baby anyway.

  1. Take long walks.
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    Take Long Walks With Your Pet

It can be on the sidewalk, or in the park—whatever works best for you and your dog. Going for a nice walk or run is one of the best ways pet owners can profess their love. Dogs really enjoy being active.

Go take your dog for a walk around the block, or spend a half an hour in the evening or early morning just going for a play.

  1.  Ear Rubs Make Your Dog High On Love
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Ear Rubs Make Your Dog High On Love

Ear rubs literally make your dog high. A dog’s ears are full of nerve endings that send impulses all through the body, triggering the release of endorphins. These hormones act as painkillers and are natural “drugs” that are also released when dogs feel love.

  1.  Train Your Dog
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Train Your Dog

Positive reinforcement is an excellent way to communicate your love, and training your dog will give you that opportunity and only make your bond stronger. Present your dog with their favorite forms of motivation, whether that’s food, praise, or play, and your dog will come to see you as a provider of the things he loves the most.

  1. Take time to pet your fur baby
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Take Time To Pet Your Fur Baby

Having a pet and petting a pet makes our heart rate slow down and our stress levels go down. It simply makes us feel better and your fur baby will feel better, too.

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