Hug a Hound Day comes on September 9 of every year. Dogs have been attaining alongside man since the dawn of history, being one of the first, if not the prime, animal that we ever domesticated. Since then they’ve been warm and loving companions, loyal workers, and stalwart protectors of our homes and families. National Hug Your Hound Day recalls you that your four-legged friend deserves attention and the importance of building the bond between you by assuming how life is when you see it from four legs.
“Dogs do speak only to those who know how to listen.” – Orhan Pamuk
History of National Hug Your Hound Day
National Hug Your Hound Day was created by Ami Moore, the “Dog Whisperer of Chicago” to suggest people of the significance of having a long and enduring bond between you and your pet. She has a long history and important skills that have led to her being one of the world’s most famous dog experts. Trained as a Regional American Medicine Woman, and providing a list of qualifications so long you’d need three cans of characters soup to spell them out, Ami sought to increase the health and happiness of canines through the universe of National Hug Your Hound Day.
Ami has concentrated on working with canine behavior and problem-solving and even worked to pioneer the concept of active support using electronic dog training equipment to motivate a dog’s natural drive to follow a strong leader. Through the construction and use of her techniques, she’s helped to kerb unwanted behaviors in dogs all over the world. From smashing furniture, jumping on guests, even dealing with curing separation anxiety and socializing them, so they’re no longer threatening to people and other dogs. National Hug Your Hound Day is about learning how to make your connection with your pet that much greater, and Ami Moore is the world’s guiding authority on safe and humane techniques.
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How To Celebrate National Hug Your Hound Day
First, give that adorable ball of fur and teeth a hug and tell them how much you love them. Then take some time reminiscing about how their world looks from down low, enclosed by us logging two-leggers with everything built too high for them. From that period, you can start figuring out what kind of difficulties they have, anything from potty issues to chewing through the drywall and seek out ways to help kerb them. Most negative behaviors are emblems of an unhappy pet and National Hug Your Hound Day is all about creating sure your canines are happy and healthy. You can use the hashtag #HugYourHoundDay to post on social media.