According to some authors, eating just a few grapes can lead to the death of a small dog.
"My dog pees with joy when he meets me from work. The dog is big, soon to be two years old. I am away for 6-7 hours at a time, but we take long walks in the morning and play dynamically. I'm not upset, I just want competent commentary - whether it passes and how to act. But she is very active with joy like her brain is completely off and her tail is wagging the dog."
Use social mechanisms, something that makes her stick to the other members of the pack, not to lose sight of them. In other words, convince her that the dog can get "lost" if he falls behind or lags.
Many people believe that dogs are capable of determining the moral purity and moral fortitude of those around them. Is this the case?
When my dog first dug a hole in the couch and settled there to "give birth" to puppies, I was seriously puzzled. There had been no contact with the male dogs, much less any mating, and she was acting like she was about to have puppies. It went on and on. Within days of "giving birth," the dog was fiddling with one of her toys, licking her crotch, and trying to feed her. Like a puppy! My only thought was: what's going on here anyway?
Among the most common reasons for converting a dog to home-cooked food, the first places are owners' distrust of the food industry, a desire to use or, conversely, to avoid using certain foods and meeting the special needs of a sick animal. This is at the level of reasonableness, so to speak. But more often than not, people are driven by the belief that homemade food is better and cheaper than prepared food.
A puppy who bites while playing is not doing anything wrong. He just doesn't know that biting hurts!