Spring Cleaning: 5 Ways To Declutter Your Dog's Life - World of Angus

Spring Cleaning: 5 Ways To Declutter Your Dog's Life

It's that time of year again! 

We open our closets and drag out every last box that's been hiding beneath layers of dust. How many months has it been since you moved? Too many.

You've started cleaning up your life but have you even considered your dog's? Maybe Charlie wants an organized agenda too. 

We've made this easy and constructed a five point checklist to help you declutter your dog's life this spring!

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1. New Spring Do 

Let's face it. Winter's over and your dog resembles more mop than animal. Do him a favor, and treat him to a day at the spa!

He'll come out feeling fresh and new, confident enough to take on the doggy world. And you'll have yourself a handsome pup to parade around town. 

Try a shorter style in preparation for the warm summer months.

2. Cleaning Out The Closet

Most of us doggy parents are guilty of purchasing more outfits and accessories for our dogs than ourselves. Some may be sentimental but others are just taking up valuable closet space. 

Take that "last season" clothing straight to the shelter where a deserving pup can use it to help find a furrever home. Who could resist a shaggy dog in a cardigan? 

You'll feel great about donating and create even more room for your new spring line!

Win win.

3. Say Goodbye To Bad Habits

Spring cleaning isn't just about getting rid of excess stuff. Try losing some unwanted habits!

There's no better time to start training than NOW. Many trainers offer affordable puppy and adult obedience classes for beginners to motivate new parents.

Sign Charlie up, and maybe you'll even learn something.

4. Shedding Those Extra Pounds

The winter season isn't always kind to our figures. You've probably noticed that even your pup has gained a little "holiday weight." Maybe it's from all the table scraps he found on Christmas...

Now that the sun is shining, neither of you have an excuse to stay in bed all day. 

Go outside and take advantage of the nice weather. 

5. Embracing A New Routine 

Maybe your routine has become dull and boring. Chances are, your dog's feeling it too!

Spice up your spring by adding some adventure to your life. Try checking out the local dog parks, hiking trails, and beaches. Or even consider enrolling in an awesome new sport, like agility or dock diving.

The world is your oyster!

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Alyssa Castle
Alyssa Castle

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Alyssa Lynn Castle is a certified crazy dog lady, who spends most of her days exploring with her two fur kids. She is a bully breed advocate, and a firm believer in the phrase "Adopt! Don't Shop." You can check out photos of her adorable pups and their adventures on their Instagram account @mortthepitbull



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