Dogs just want to have fun!

Play for health and wellbeing by Kate Mallatratt A Dip CBM, ICB, PPG, Canine Behaviourist I was quietly reading when I felt a gentle tug on my sock. The sock moved down an inch. Using great precision and carefully minding my toes, the sock was gently pulled off. With a wag of delight and an air of satisfaction Mabel, my golden retriever, rolled on her back and held the sock high in the air with her front paws while grabbing the dangling end with her mouth. Within a minute her daughter Phoebe joined in and they played tug-o-war, stretching my...

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