Giving Your Dog Time to Sniff on Walks Will Literally Soothe His Heart

Sniffing time lowers a dog’s pulse rate.

We have often said to let your dog sniff to his heart’s content while on walks because the aim for him isn’t to cover distance but to “read” his world, which he does with his nose. Now there’s proof that allowing a dog time to check things out with his nose during walks will actually […]
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