It is a good way to see what dogs like and what dogs do not like. It is good to know what the dog likes and do not like about the walk or walk with you. It is also good to look at the environment before and after the walk. The weather patterns can always change and it is interesting to understand what a dog normally finds pleasant about the environment. It helps to know where to look for new things (for example a dog might like to be with other dogs in a large area when walking and it might feel uneasy about something new) and what not to look for.
Will a dog know where home is located?
In certain circumstances you might need to leave your dog home. Many dog walkers, like walkers of all walks, do not know where to go because they go all across the UK so there are many places a dog could go where home is not located. Dogs do not need to know where their home is or what home is like. Some dogs are just more dog-centric than others and don’t know where home is located as such but it is up the dog owner to explain this to their dog. Some dog owners know where home is but have no idea where they might go. In such cases some people may keep their dog in the home for all sorts of reasons until they do find another home. This approach is not for everyone but is effective at reducing the chances of a bad experience with a dog for your family. If you know where your home is and have no idea where you or your dog should go, your dog can find his/her home on his/her own. It is important to note that this is very common for older dogs and in some cases not so much for younger dogs with no clue about where to go.
When it comes to knowing where home is, you have to be careful. Many people have found that there are other people they could walk their dog to in a different part of the city than where they normally walk (for example, near a shop where you leave and you take a different road. This is a perfectly normal thing but it is an exception in some cities as there may be people in this group walking across the city) or who have dogs walking in an area where they know people are and you are not. As a member of the public, if you feel that your dog is uncomfortable about where home is, and has been there in the past, do not ask people to leave their dog in the area to get your