Is your dog moody? Most people think that canines are always upbeat, happy, and friendly. However, dogs are a lot like people. Some are happy, but others tend to be very moody. Maybe even a bit grumpy? It is not unusual for a dog to also experience sadness or bouts of depression. Such mood swings are especially prominent if your dog has recently undergone the loss of a human or canine friend, undergone a move, or experienced some other significant life change. You probably hate seeing your dog feeling down, so you are searching for ways to make them happy. Here are a few activities that your moody dog might enjoy.
If you own a moody dog, then you have probably learned to read your pooch well. You know if your dog is feeling down. Some canines even reflect their owners' emotions. If you are feeling depressed, then your furry buddy might be feeling down too. Any of the above activities are sure to help your pooch rise out of the doldrums and start wagging their tail again in happiness. Remember, the best thing you can do for your pet is spend time with them. Your dog wants to share your companionship more than anything in the world so planning an activity together will be a fun respite for both of you.