Hilarious New Year’s Resolutions From Dogs

Happy New Year! Are you making resolutions for 2017? If so, that’s great! If you have a dog, your canine companion will offer unwavering loyalty and support as you strive to achieve your new personal goals. But if Fido could make resolutions, what do you think would be on his list? A local Grayson, GA vet offers a few amusing possibilities in this article.

Perfect My Acting Skills

Dogs are super cute, and we’re pretty sure they know it. Fido certainly puts his charm to good use when he wants to score a yummy tidbit. It’s fine to treat your furry little actor with special snacks, but don’t go overboard.

Announce Guests

Fido is not only a beloved friend and companion . . . he also makes a pretty good doorbell! There’s a good chance that your canine buddy will let you know there is someone at the door before you hear anything yourself.

Have Fun!

Man’s Best Friend actually has some valuable lessons for us. To Fido, simple things like car rides, walks in the park, new toys, and games of fetch are some of the best things in life. Our four-legged buddies are certainly super cute when they are bounding joyfully after a favorite toy. Help your canine pal make this goal by getting him lots of fun playthings, and playing with him regularly.

Keep Up On Current Events

Fido may not pay much attention to the evening news, but he still stays informed in his own adorable way. When Fido buries his nose in your neighbor’s lawn, he may be finding out what dogs, cats, and people have been by recently. Actually, for our four-legged pals, sniffing patches of grass can be rather like reading a newspaper! Take your pooch for regular walks, so he can stay up-to-date on doggy news.

Avoid Baths At All Costs

Does your pup run for cover when he hears the word Bath? While bathtime may not be one of Fido’s favorite things, he’ll look and feel better with proper grooming. To help your dog become a little more open about his beauty care regimen, make a habit of calling him into the bathroom, offering him a snack, and just letting him go.

Do you have questions or concerns about your dog’s health or care? We can help! Contact us, your Grayson, GA pet hospital, anytime.

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