Which Type of Pet Parent Are You?
You may take many walks with your pup, but being pet parents itself is no walk in the park. If you’re too hands-on, your dog may become prone to anxiety or even aggression, but if you’re too lackadaisical, you run the risk of raising an undisciplined dog.
Whether you’ve just joined the nearly 40% of EU households with a pet or are a seasoned pro, it’s important to strike a happy medium, providing a life full of health, happiness, and companionship for your furry friend.
This post explores five archetypes of pet parents, lists the advantages of your parenting style, and includes tips to help you be an even better owner.
A Few More Tips for Every Pet Parent
Whether your dog’s never heard the word “no” or you’re on the stricter side with discipline, your pet is already living their best life — because it’s with you!
For even more ways to be the best dog parent you can be, check out this infographic from our pet insurance friends at Lemonade.
Are You A Prospective Pet Parent?
If you are not yet a pet parent but wish to be, check out our article on Adopting VS Buying a Cat, or gain more information on Mixed-Breed VS Purebred Dogs.