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Hull Dog Walking: Talking About The Dogs

The only time people dislike gossip is when you gossip about them. – Will Rogers

Will Rogers was famous for being a cowboy and vaudeville performer, but he was also very insightful about the human condition. Life in New England has its charms. The ability to live in the small, intimate neighborhoods we cherish is a special thing.  There is a drawback, however. Those small, intimate neighborhoods are full of people who pay lots of attention to what everyone else around them is doing.  From that observation comes judgement, and from that judgement comes gossip – which is a headache no one needs.

Many people are avid pet lovers.  They love cats, and they really love dogs.  If they see you have a dog, they want to make sure you’re taking good care of your dog.  Dogs need food, water, shelter, lots of affection, and exercise.  Working with a Hull dog walker is a great way to make sure your dog gets the vigorous, refreshing workout they need to stay healthy.  Every time your dog goes for a walk with the Hull dog walker, their cardiovascular system gets a boost.  Exercise gets the blood pumping, improving circulation and raising your dog’s energy levels. Walking also builds muscle tone and improves joint health.

There are psychological and emotional benefits to having your dog walk with the Hull dog walker as well. Dogs are social animals.  They evolved to live in company with other dogs. We see this with their pack behavior.  When dogs live with humans, as our pets do, they fill their need for love and affection that they’d normally receive in the dog pack with the love and affection they get from their people. But when those people have to be in the office for a huge chunk of the day, five days a week, the dogs can be left feeling lonely and depressed.

When dogs are lonely and depressed, they act out. When dogs act out, they chew up your furniture, scratch the walls and floors, and bark and howl.  If there’s one thing that’s guaranteed to get your neighbors talking, it’s a dog that won’t stop barking.  Choose a Hull dog walker to keep noise levels down!