Golden Retriever Super Relaxed For Massage Time

Published January 22, 2019 6,873 Views $12.10 earned

Rumble / Dogs & PuppiesYou have cute dogs, and then you have Golden Retriever puppies. They just can’t compare.

Let us be clear, all puppies are precious and extremely adorable, but if we had to choose, these puppies would be on top of the adorableness list. They skyrocket the serotonin levels in our blood and make us their adoring slaves for all eternity.

We all know that dogs like the simple pleasures in life. All they need to be happy is a bowl of kibble, the walks down the street, those frequent trips to the dog park and of course, their favorite toys! Just like kids, dogs have their own favorite toys and they all differ. Some like a ball, other a good leather shoe. But if someone were to ask this pooch what his favorite toy was, you would be amazed at his response!

There are so many types of toys on the market designed and intended for dogs precisely, but it ultimately boils down to one thing - it is the tactile stimulation that makes the most meaningful difference. If the dog likes the way the toy feels when it uses it, it will continue to ask for it.

Do you want to go out for a little while and play with your dog? All you need is any toy you can get, a stick, or a rope. You hold the plaything at one end, and the dog - at another, and each party pulls to their side. Just do not forget that this is a game, and your efforts should be aimed at having fun. Instead of a favorite doggy toy, or a treasured stick.

We have said this time and again: every kid that has had the pleasure - nay, the honor! - of growing up with a dog does not know how lucky they are! Having a dog is having a best friend that will stay with you for the rest of their lives. They are the perfect partners in crime; the two of you will look so damn adorable, whatever mess you made will be forgiven as long as you giggle uncontrollably and the dog flashes those big puppy eyes.

When new parents bring their baby home for the first time, they usually ask themselves what will happen when the dog finds the baby out. Will the pooch accept the child as a new member of the pack, or will it be so jealous, that it might actually attack the new center of the owners’ attention? It would seem not every parent want their pet and child to live together, which is why so many dogs live out their lives in shelters across the country.