There are lots of good ways for me, a very busy therapy dog for humans, to take a break and an easy, when I have had a long day of being good. I like to nap everywhere, but sometimes I enjoy more to do something more wakeful in the relaxing time for fun.
Reading is a greatly way to unwind at the end of the day for very special therapy dogs for humans. I can learn about other very good dogs of smiles and take my hungry mind off the working place. This is a very motivational book of reading about yellow dogs, blue dogs, fast dogs and slow dogs. I have been reading it for many weeks, and I still have many ways to go. This is very okay, because the book encourages me to Go Dog Go.
Sometimes, I just chat on the happy dog phone about not related to business conversation with friends. We can bark and yap and growl about things like girl talk, but mostly dog talk. I will bark for many hours with my sister, Sushi, who lives far, far away, and we will remember about the old times and treats in the place where we lived before we found our forever homes for happily ever after.
“Who Let the Dogs Out,” “I Love My Dog”, and “Girls Just Want to Have Fun” are all very true sounds for me to hear in my ears. Listening to my tunes is kind of like yapping on the phone but with less talking and more tunes. I enjoy lots of tunes, because they fill my ears with treats of sound in my very sensitive ears for musical listening.
Sometimes outside is the very best place for the easy relaxing time for fun. My cool shades and towel of colors along with tongue refreshments and treats is always a very good therapy dog’s way of unwinding. It is important to stay in the water of many drinkings so that an unwinding dog in the sun doesn’t get dehydrated.
What is very much most best about relaxing is that I can do it anywhere, but the special chair of massages is mostly great. It is like Sandy and Kyle petting me at the same time together. When you relax, you can get your energy back for another long day of eating treats and napping. This is a very importantly activity for very good therapy dogs for humans and for human-people too.
What do you do to relax? Tell me all about it by leaving a comment or emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org!