Posted by Aston Avery

Dog owners claim their dogs replicate human behaviours

YuMOVE’s latest research reveals that 86% of dog owners observe their furry friends imitating human behaviours, like eating their food at the table and wearing clothes. More and more owners are also embracing advanced pet tech to monitor their dogs’ exercise and wellbeing. Just as many humans rely on e-watches for tracking their own fitness, an increasing number of dogs now own their own activity monitor.

The pet industry’s rapid growth, in particular a 32% annual increase in pet tech (stat: PitPat), is also reflecting dog owners’ increasing dedication to monitoring their pets’ health, activity levels, and overall happiness.

Every kind of dog deserves the opportunity to be active, including those with physical limitations, such as missing limbs, or specific health conditions. Exercise means different things to different dogs and should always be tailored to their specific condition, shape, age, and size, ensuring all pups everywhere stay active, healthy, and happy.

Aston spoke to TV vet Dr. Scott Miller.

Photo by Berkay Gumustekin on Unsplash

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