Pups love to go to the park. There they can play with their friends, run and explore. Often, it is the highlight of their day. Here are some pups that simply adore to go to the park.
At the park there is all sorts of fun. Plenty pups to play with, a lot of different smells some known and some unknown to our dogs. Also all kinds of sounds, and all this for our pups is so exciting. Here are some pups that can not wait to get there and are not afraid to show their joy about it.
Check out this video of two cute French Bulldog pups who are very cheerful to go to the dog park !
These two adorable puppies are riding in the car with their owner not knowing where are they heading to. Then their human dad tells them that they are going to the dog park and they get so happy. this is too cute !
Check out this cute pup! He gets so happy and joyful when he hears that they are going to the doggy park. So hilarious!
This sweet pup is too excited. He is jumping all over his human dad. This is really funny.
Here is also one funny video of a Pug puppy who is so joyful when he finds out that he is going to the pet center !
This is truly so amusing. The dog is so happy he just can not wait to get out of the car and go inside. He is going to pick out some new toys and get some new treats, oh what a joy.
Ever wondered why dogs get so excited sometimes?
High arousal levels in dogs can sometimes become problematic if the pup is allowed to rehearse aroused behaviors over and over. To better understand problems with high arousal in pups, it is important to first understand what arousal exactly is.
“Arousal is a physiological and psychological state of being awake or reactive to stimulant . It involves the activation of the reticular activating system in the brain stem, the autonomic nervous system and also the endocrine system. This leads to increased heart rate and blood pressure and also a condition of sensory alertness, mobility and readiness to respond.”
While this description is applicable for arousal in humans, the same dynamics may take place for dogs as well. Indeed, if we watch their body when they are excited, we will likely notice how it is tense and ready to spring into action. This arousal may be triggered by different types of events. Some dogs may get very aroused and excited when they see other dogs on walks, others may be get aroused when they hear a car, some other more may get too excited during play time with their owners. In any case, arousal levels get so high that the pup is unable to contain himself and this interferes with his ability to think clearly and cognitively function.