As you’re setting resolutions and making plans for everything you want to accomplish in the new year, don’t forget about your dog! Dogs may not be stressed about what the new year will bring, or sad about the lost months collectively known as 2020—they live each day joyfully in the moment. But It’s easy to look at the new year as a jumpstart for building new routines with your dog in order to give them the best year possible, as well as improve their behavior and quality of life.
Before January starts, think about things you want to do with your dog in the new year, including things you want to teach or manners you want to brush up on, or even making a commitment to spend more intentional time together. January has been dubbed National Train Your Dog Month by the Association of Professional Dog Trainers, which makes it