WoofPost.com Publishes Info On To On How To Play Frisbee With A Dog

March 26, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Laguna Niguel, CA - Most dog owners have seen videos of dogs energetically chasing flying Frisbees, leaping into the air to catch the spinning disc and then gleefully returning the Frisbee to her owner.

So naturally, many dog owners decide to try this game with their own dogs, only to discover that she’s totally disinterested. So the question becomes how dog owners get their dogs to play Frisbee with them.

While there’s no guarantee an individual dog will take to the Frisbee, most dogs will respond to the following steps.

To read the remainder of this article, How To Play Frisbee With Your Dog, including what to do with dogs that won’t drop the disc, go to WoofPost.com.

Also recently published: Is It OK To Let My Dog Lick His Wound?

WoofPost.com is a comprehensive site for information dog owners can rely on, and includes tips on health, exercise, fun facts, breed profiles and much more.

To access the complete two part article on playing Frisbee with one's dog, plus the article mentioned above and more, just go to https://woofpost.com.

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