Ke Jiquan, Wales
As the weather gets hotter and hotter, owners will want to take their dogs to swim in the water. However, many dogs are afraid to go into the water because they see the swimming pool for the first time, and some dogs are also very afraid when they see the water because they are afraid of bathing. In fact, dogs are born to swim. As long as the owners train scientifically, they can help dogs overcome their fear of water.
< strong > First, appease the psychology of going into the water < /strong >
Usually, dogs are afraid when they come into contact with water for the first time, so whether dogs can swim in the future is very important for the first time. We should take care of the dog's psychology of going into the water for the first time and never throw the dog into the water rudely.
< strong > second, strengthen swimming confidence < /strong >
No matter how a dog can swim by nature, if his confidence is frustrated for the first time, it will take him a long time to regain his confidence, which may make him no longer like swimming.
< strong > 3. Feel the swimming slowly < /strong >
You can put the dog's hind legs down in the water first, let him feel it, then let him go completely and push him out a little. At this time, the dog will struggle because he doesn't know how to master balance. You don't have to worry, and the dog will learn to paddle quickly.