How Owning a Companion Dog Can Help Reduce Lonelinessby: Francisco Troutt
Dogs are said to be manís best friend; and these domestic animals are called so due to their loyal and loving nature. Dogs, once befriended with anyone are the most caring and supporting animals. They not only provide you that love with all the cuddles and the drooling after you come home, but are a bundle of joy for all people.
Companion dogs are those breeds of dog which are easier to train, live with families and heal people with their loving nature. These dogs such as the Shiba Inu do not just love but can also be trained to understand instructions. These dogs are very intelligent and understand the difference between friend and enemy. They crave attention of their owners and will do all sorts of tricks and pricks possible to gain attention. They are not only demanding for attention but also need some tough love every now and then. These dogs are considered best for amateur owners who do not know how to handle and train dogs.
The Shiba Inu is one of the six original breeds of dogs from Japan. It is the smallest of all the original breeds and gains a height of a feet and a half at max. The fox like looking dog is one of the most intelligent companion dogs. They can be trained after their owner has won them over. Usually considered as stubborn, these dogs require the pampering and caressing after a good job and shouting verbally or a loud no to make them understand what is wrong. These dogs not only keep themselves but also their owners engaged with them leaving no stone unturned to gain attention. Shiba Inu were traditionally hunters and thus, they turn up with presents every now and then for their owners killing the loneliness in their lives.
There are many websites providing information about companion dogs such as Shiba Inu and one such website is Shiba.pro
Shiba.pro is a website providing breeders and knowledge about the Shiba Inu dog breed. The website provides information regarding their prices, the food they eat and how they can be trained.
For more information on Shiba Inu, log onto: Shiba.pro.
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