In the wake of COVID-19, many people have suddenly found themselves working from home or spending more time than ever inside. As such, animal adoption and foster rates have skyrocketed across the United States, with more people than ever taking on furry new office mates.
With much of the world still in lock down, what are pet owners to do when their new dog needs some office manners or their “old dog” could use the mental stimulation of learning a few new tricks? With the rise of dog training apps, help is right on your mobile device.
When most people think of dog training, they think of group classes. With the current pandemic, many of these classes have been put on hold until social distancing is a thing of the past. However, your dog does not have to wait for training. Apps such as Dogo, Puppr and TrainAway are excellent training resources.
Dogo, one of the most popular dog training apps, is available on the iOS app store and Google Play. An all-in-one option, Dogo feature...
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