If you have recently purchased a dog this year and have the feeling that your dog is uncomfortable in your home, there may be a few reasons to explain this. Just like humans, dogs need to feel comfortable with the people they are around in order to be completely themselves around you. If you feel like your dog hasn’t broken out of their shell yet and is still a bit standoffish with you than you may want to consider improving these things for your dog.Does your dog have a comfortable place to rest?
Dog beds are super important.
Dogs need a place of their own to sleep just like humans do. If they are constantly bothered with playtime and no time to themselves, they may be standoffish because they are exhausted. Dogs need space just like humans do. If you think that letting them play outside is enough, you should reconsider and get try getting dog beds for your new animals.
Are you feeding your dog properly?
This is important for any animal in your house. Like we’ve said before dogs are a lot like humans in many aspects. They need a proper nutritional diets. Consult with a veterinarian if you have questions regarding what you should be feeding your dog.
Are you spending enough time with your dog?
If you have a normal 9-5 job and no one else at home to play with your dog you may want to consider hiring a dog sitter to make sure your dog is living a comfortable life. Most dogs crave and desire the comforts of being around family so try to spend as much time as possible with your pups or make arrangements so that they’re not alone for long.
After taking these questions into consideration you should start to notice your dog breaking out of their shell a little bit more. Especially now that they have comfortable dog beds. These can make a huge difference in your dog’s life and your relationship with your pup.