Dog Stories, How to Train and Care for Dogs Resource Site Launched

A new resource site for dog owners and dog lovers has been launched. The Pooch Lover offers detailed guides, articles, viral news and more.

A new dog resource and information site has been launched, called The Pooch Lover, offering articles, guides and insights into dog-themed topics. It covers key topics like how to look after dogs, how to train and exercise dogs, and more. It is also full of stories about dogs many of which have gone viral on social media. Cute dog stories, funny stories, sad stories with a happy ending and inspirational stories.

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The Pooch Lover site is regularly updated with new content, including viral stories, funny articles and uplifting news. It also offers features and in-depth guides for dog owners.

Recent articles include a post on chalk walks, which are brightening up garden paths and pavements around the world. Readers can also learn a number of different ways to exercise their dogs, and how to deal with excessive barking. In addition to this, there are guides for how to toilet train dogs, how to help cats and dogs become friends, and other detailed articles.

One of the most popular articles on the site is the dog exercise feature. This covers why dog owners need to exercise their dogs, and also touches on some different ways to achieve good exercise.

The guide explains that dogs need exercise to prevent them becoming bored and frustrated. Walks and games also help them to burn off excess energy, stay calmer at home, and build a close relationship with their owners. Readers will learn a number of ways they can mix up their dog’s exercise. This includes daily walks, agility training, and playing fetch.

For those who live in an area with clean water, they are encouraged to try water based activities. Many dogs enjoy swimming, and this can be a great way of changing up their routine.

The article states: “Taking your dog for a walk every day, for at least an hour a day is a win win situation for your health and your dogs. If dog exercises regularly this can this can help to keep off additional weight which can add stress to dog’s joints and muscles and may trigger injuries. Talk to your vet to determine your dog’s recommended weight and daily calorie intake and exercise needs.”

Those wishing to find out more can visit the website on the link provided above.

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