Does your Dog eat Breakfast this Way?

In this video we can see a beautiful example of how dogs (specifically a Golden Retriever) should be educated about feeding.

In fact "feeding" is a very underrated concept in canine education, for example it's very important to never leave the bowl with the food for hours but you should remove it after about 10-15 minutes ... if your dog has eaten it's okay, otherwise he will eat at the next time!

It's not a vexation to your dog!
In this way the dog will understand that you are to manage his food and it is well known that who controls the feeding of the animal will be able also to control its behavior.

For example the dogs on this video are so polite that they don't run over food, nor they remain indifferent... they wait for the authorization and the right signal to approach the bowl.

A last point: the "strange" Bowl that is proposed to the last Golden Retriever (the blue one) is nothing but a very useful method to prevent too greedy dogs from swallowing food without chewing; in this way we can avoid serious intestinal disorders or gastric torsions, with these bowls in fact the dog is forced to "try" the food and then take longer to eat.
Author Manzo
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