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Mental Exercises For Your Dog

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  • Mikael Rieck
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      Article Title: Mental Exercises For Your Dog
      Author: Mikael Rieck
      Word Count: 601
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      Dogs, like humans have a brain, which also requires some
      activity to keep them active. Physical exercises are good for
      the body of the dog; however, they often tend to miss out the
      intellectual component, which are needed. This is why there are
      some special mental exercises, which you should perform with
      your dog to keep it healthy in all aspects.

      Why train the
      intellect.

      An intelligent dog will be able to handle itself
      better in a variety of situations...

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      About The Author: For more information about pet health and
      banfield pet insurance, visit the author's site at
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