My corgi, Neo, used to bark the second I turn on my TV. He barked at anything coming on the big screen.
Think about how frustrating it was for me! Talking about such a day, I got back home after long tiring hours, then took Neo for a walk, and then sunk into my favorite couch to stream the latest series on Netflix.
Life is not a 'Dog-Park-Visit.' You might understand that, but does your pup think the same?
Maybe not. Dogs are social creatures, and they can be easily bored if you don't provide him with enough attention.
Your dog stays idle at home while you're at work. So, it's inevitable for your home-alone pup to find something interesting to do.
But what seems excellent fun to your dog, it can often be destruction for your home.
Puppy biting can be a serious issue and lead you to have a painful injury if not acted promptly after finding your dog bites.
Any dog can bite. As per the data given by the Center for Disease Control, every year, dogs bite around 4.5 million people.