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Socialization is not only a big need in humans, it’s also a need for your four-legged friend. Think about it this way, if you didn’t interact with absolutely anyone other than one person the rest of your life, would that be a happy life? Dogs, like humans, need that interaction to help them live a happy, fulfilled and confident life. 

Physically Healthy 

Interaction, exercise, and play are all part of a healthy dog’s life. If a dog only goes to the dog park or doggy daycare every once in a while, they may be more worried or anxious about their interaction. Thus, they are spending time feeling stressed and less time having fun and burning energy. 

Confidence Booster 

When your pup socializes, they develop good behaviors and learn to be a well-rounded citizen! Their confidence grows with each new interaction as they learn about different dogs and people. Over time, these encounters help when you want to take your pup out to four-legged friendly places around town. 

Mental Health 

It is known that dogs have a better quality of life when they are mentally stimulated. When your pup is able to take in new places, smells and other dogs, their mental health is at a good place. Dogs are happier when they are stimulated, they sleep better and their life is enriched! 

Travel Companion 

A more unexpected side effect of socialization is travel. As stated up top, a socialized dog is a confident dog. A confident dog is easier to take on road trips than one who is not. They are easier to take on potty breaks in strange places (like Buc-ee’s!), they sleep better when on the road, and will enjoy exploring new surroundings. 

A dog’s social life is as important as any other part of their life. They need social interaction to help them navigate the world and be a healthy pups. Maybe you don’t have time in your day to take them out to the dog park or a restaurant, and we understand that. That’s why we have The Ranch, so you don’t have to worry about anything and your dog has tons of fun. Contact us today and we’ll give you your first day for free!

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