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MARCH / SPRING 2019 - v7i03

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Pets of the Month...

Best Friends Forever (BFF's)
Dogs PEPPER & HARLEY

From the moment Pepper and Harley met they became close pals (Best Friends Forever... or BFFs).
Harley was 15 months old and Pepper only 3 months old when the first butt sniffing and barking began. After the first chase and romp, the friendship was cemented (video 1 below).

Each time they saw eachother the two dogs would leap and dance in their joy and the play wouldn't stop for 2 to 3 hours. Afterwards, Harley and Pepper napped soundly and recharged for their afternoon games like taking turns teasing with toys, a hearty tug-a-war, and gentle keep away games. In the video below watch them trade off a 3" piece of cardboard (video 2 below).

I've watched their affection for eachother grow and it is so humbling to see their great capacity for love.

 

August 2017 Harley and Pepper
first meet eachother.
Aug. 2017- 1 minute
( VIDEO 1) view on youtube.com


December 2018 Harley and Pepper
are Best Friends for Life (BFFs).
Dec. 2018- 2 minutes
( VIDEO 2) view on youtube.com)


How and Why do Dogs Play?

The dogs voluntarily make themselves vulnerable by “falling” down and exposing their bellies and allowing themselves to be caught when playing chase. They take turns chasing each other. ... Even the dog that ends up on his back doesn't want to stop playing. They will probably take turns with most play-fighting behaviors.

read more at: https://www.akc.org/expert-advice/training/are-they-playing-or-fighting/

Dogs learn to play when they are puppies in the pack, and often playtime in social groups gives them useful life skills, like play fighting, hunting, or chasing. ... Playing when he is left alone is a great skill because playing can reduce stress and anxiety.

read more at: https://wagwalking.com/behavior/why-do-dogs-play-by-themselves

The Emotions that Dogs Actually Experience. This developmental sequence is the golden key to understanding the emotions of dogs. This means that a dog will have all of the basic emotions: joy, fear, anger, disgust, and, yes, love, but the dog does not experience the more complex emotions like guilt, pride, and shame.

read more at: https://moderndogmagazine.com/articles/which-emotions-do-dogs-actually-experience/32883

 

 

NOTE: All Photos of Pets are taken by Tante Lori

 

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