Hey, guys! What are your favorite activities with your dog? Is it easy to keep him or her happy? I noticed that my dog ( German Sheppard ) chase his tail often, and it's a signal that he is bored. I work a lot, but he has toys, and I walk with him every day.
Several walks a day, and when time allows, at least one trip to the dog park per week so he can run around off leash and socialize with his doggy friends.
It's great that you have time to walk with him once a day, but it'll be good also once a week when you have a day to take him somewhere else. Maybe, you have dog parks or forests nearby, and it'll be good for him to run there and play. What about him chasing his tail, then yes, it can be a signal that he is bored and need attention, but there also can be other reasons. There is one article I found recently, you can check out here dedicated to the reasons why dogs chase their tails. Also, there are ways how to stop it. Maybe, it will be useful for you.
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