As the year changes, your dog, most likely, does not, but take this opportunity to review his/her wellbeing.
We humans often have ambitious ideas about what the transition into a new year can do for us personally. We sometimes view it as a magic pill, which will magically and over night fix everything we want to change about ourselves. Hopefully nobody thinks this wishful thinking would also work for our dogs, but the start of a new year is nonetheless a good opportunity to reflect on your dog’s needs, strengths, and weaknesses in order to better understand what you should focus and work on to give your dog the best possible life.
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