Energetic behaviour can be a common sign of a happy and healthy dog, and a unique tails.com diet which includes high quality protein can contribute to this.
When we eat better, we tend to feel better and in turn, have more energy. It’s the same for dogs. Though with increased energy levels from a better diet, it’s important that they have somewhere to direct this energy. Dogs that aren’t getting enough physical or mental stimulation will often then direct this to ‘naughty’ behaviours like becoming destructive or increase in their barking.
If your dog's having behavioural issues that you think may be diet related, we're happy to look into their unique recipe to see if any appropriate adjustments could be made. It's important to note that we can only reduce protein to a certain level, especially in young growing dogs that need it for healthy growth and development.
Behavioural issues may not be the result of diet and can be helped with adequate exercise and the help of a canine behaviourist or dog trainer.
Puppies and young dogs can have bundles of energy, just when you think they’re out, they seem to find a reserve! Keeping their young minds busy and active can help keep them from directing that energy elsewhere.