American Kennel Club explains that the nose is the primary tool canines use to interpret the world around them. They explain:“Just as we use vision as our main sense for understanding our environment, dogs use their noses.
The way something smells gives dogs more information than the way something looks, feels, sounds, or tastes.”So, the next time you’re out for a walk, stop and allow your dog to sniff their little heart out.
They’ll love you for it.Dogs need rules. They need to know when they’re going to eat or when it’s time for a walk. If your dog acts out, it could be they’re trying to tell you to pull it together and get yourself organized.Read more on powerofpositivity.com