Friday, February 26, 2010
Puppy “play” and more specifically “play biting” are healthy for a dog's social development; it helps to shape the puppy into an adult dog that can safely participate in give and take activities. Specifically, it helps the dog to learn to regulate his bite pressure. A dog who has not had this “play time” as a puppy could become a menace as an adult.
The grand-kids came to stay overnight the second week in January, and Levi obliged in providing some good, quality "playtime."