Get your pooch back into the routine after the pandemic
Here are some tips on how to take care of your pandemic puppy when you get back to work.
MILWAUKEE – For the first time ever, you could leave your furry friend who you saved during the pandemic at home alone. Here are some tips on how to take care of your pandemic puppy when you get back to work.
“The hardest part for new dog owners, especially those with the puppy eyes, is that you want to make a big deal of it, don’t. That will make them look like ‘Oh my god mommies go papa’ goes like they’re scared, when they feel like you’re stressed about it. “
Esther Grams is the owner of the Westside Milwaukee location of Central Bark, a multicampus daycare for your dog.
“Since the beginning of the pandemic when we went back pretty much because just people weren’t at work. We have up to 10 dogs a day on average, which is really great, ”said Grams.
Even if you think you don’t need a daycare, there are ways you can keep your pandemic puppy comfortable while you go to work.
“Crate training or some kind of containment is a really great resource for them. Even if you don’t use a crate or kennel at home, just make sure they have their own safe space to be comfortable in, ”Gramm said. “Enrichment is also a really great way to tire them both mentally and physically. A really great way to make your lunch is to put it in something like that with some water and freeze it, and then it’ll take longer until it arrives, they lick and sniff at it, that should help them to really relax and become calmer, because they actually had to use their brains for it. “
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If your dog is struggling to get separated from you, he has plenty of space here at the central barge or just give him a call.
“Bring her in! We want her!” She said.
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