Some dogs are just too playful and it might even get too rough at times. One dog owner is worried because this is exactly what her doggo is doing so she wrote to Momaha.com to seek some advice.
– Sometimes, bigger dogs play too rough with smaller dogs.
– The best thing to do is keep an eye on the doggos when they are playing.
– If the bigger dog is too energetic…
David Codr of Momaha.com always gets problems about doggos through his Dog Gone Problems column. The dog owner said that she recently adopted a two-year-old boxer and she usually paws and jaw spars with the smaller dog, which belongs to the dog owner’s brother. The smaller dog then growls at the bigger dog instead of play with the bigger dog.
Codr advised that it is best to closely supervise the doggos playing. The two important things to look out for are the energy level of the bigger dog and the fun lever of the smaller dog. If the dog owner thinks the bigger dog is too energetic, it is best to let the bigger dog get a timeout.
To know more about the rest of the advice, read David Codr’s response here – https://www.omaha.com/