2. Stop And Smell The Roses
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Sometimes when we take our dogs out on a walk, we often forget that there’s a world around us that they’re curious to explore. You can usually tell how curious they are by the constant activity of their noses tracking all the odors around them.
That’s why it’s nice to stop once and a while and let them sniff their surroundings. Dogs rely on their highly sensitive noses, so it’s good to let them satisfy their curiosity every now and then.
Of course, make sure to pay attention to what they’re sniffing or tracking because you never know what they’ll get their nose into.