With the average lifespan in America being 78.5 years, living to 100 is a lofty goal. However, with these 11 ways border collie names can prepare you for living to 100, it might not be as far-fetched as you think!
Naming your dog after a Spanish explorer: This one’s easy and free! How many times has your dog led you on an adventure? If naming your pup after a famous adventurer like Francisco Vasquez de Coronado or Hernando de Soto inspires them to live life boldly then this is worth doing.
Giving them something tough to chew on: A well-chewed bone keeps dogs teeth clean and strong while also providing hours of entertainment. Chewing stimulates the production of saliva in the mouth which helps neutralize acids.
Carrying around a tennis ball: Does your dog love going to parks or playing fetch? Playing with a tennis ball can help engage those natural herding instincts, make them stronger, and reduce boredom! Plus they’re super cheap and easy to find at any store like Target or Wal-Mart.
Maintaining an active lifestyle: Not every day is going to be perfect for these dogs so it’s important that we keep their energy levels up by getting as much exercise as possible. Try walks/runs through parts of town you’ve never explored before, hiking trips into untouched wildernesses, even trekking across different terrains like sand dunes or swamps (just use common sense when choosing locations).
Paying attention to their diet: More importantly than exercise, dogs need a healthy balanced diet. That means not only giving them the correct amount of nutrients but watching out for bad habits like begging and eating too quickly that can lead to obesity or other digestive issues. For more information on this topic visit my blog post “The Truth About Dog Food.”
Carrying around natural bones: Almost all dog breeds love chewing on things (it’s one of those instinctual behaviors), so it makes sense why they go crazy over rawhide or chew toys! But we should also provide them with something long lasting (but safe) like a deer antler as an alternative.
Exercising in your backyard: There are many options for dog walks: on-leash, off-leash, with a friend (dog or human), in the house. One of my favorite things to do is take my dogs around our property and let them run while I jog alongside.
Making sure they have plenty of free time: Dogs crave interaction just like humans do! And when we’re too busy playing fetch all day long without any breaks from each other it can lead to boredom and destructive behaviors like chewing shoes or digging up flowers in the backyard. Let’s make sure that doesn’t happen by giving them some “me” time every once in awhile.
Regular grooming sessions: This one may seem obvious but there are several ways your pup could use a trim, including in the winter to get rid of their undercoat.
The importance of a good night’s sleep: Dogs love to snuggle with us when we’re sleeping for warmth and comfort! But if you don’t give them an opportunity to do this on their own they may resort to napping underneath your bed or hiding behind furniture until it’s time for another round of puppy cuddles. And that can lead to anxiety symptoms like barking, howling, pacing and chewing at things around the house which is no fun for anyone. So let your pup have some shut-eye by giving them somewhere comfortable (a crate perhaps?) where they can retreat during the day while you’re gone so they feel safe enough not be anxious about you being away.
It’s important to be mindful of dogs’ needs as they age: As pets get older, their activity may slow down and many will need at least some help with grooming tasks like brushing or combing their hair. But if you want your dog to have enough teeth left in his mouth for a game of fetch (or even just so he can gently chew on his favorite bone), dental care should not be overlooked!
What the heck is all this stuff about shedding?: If there are two things humans love less than pooping themselves it’s fur balls that go everywhere and getting tangled up in long hair that sheds out from clothes every time we pet our pups. So how do Border Collies compare?
They don’t shed as much. That means that you’ll have to vacuum less and your clothes will be fur-free when you get home from work, but it also means they’ll need more baths. If this sounds like a trade-off worth making, then prepare for the best thing about owning a Border Collie: They are some of the most loyal pets in existence!
In conclusion.. The bottom line is this: no matter what kind of dog you own (or if you’re even considering getting one) there’s something to love about these magnificent animals – especially their names! So go ahead and name your pup after Samwise Gamgee because he was totally awesome too. Whatever works for them!
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There are a few different types of breeds with average lifespans well in excess of 100 years: Border collies, Pembroke Welsh corgis, and Keeshonds can all live between 14-15 years on average (and sometimes even longer). The longest living breed by far though? It’s not hard to guess–shelties! According to Guinness World Records, oldest Shetland sheepdog lived until 28 years old! So let your pup share their name with one as awesome as this guy or girl..whatever works best for them.”
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“It’s not the most important thing, but it doesn’t hurt when you’re looking for your perfect Border Collie name to know that a dog with a name like this has an average lifespan of 12 years. For whatever reason, the Border Collie is one of the dog breeds that’s known for living to 100 – along with English Cocker Spaniel and Miniature Poodle.”
“This means just about every time you go on walks or play in the yard or take your pup out on errands, you’ll be strengthening your heart!” “That’s a smart thing to do if you want to live long enough for your Border Collie pup to grow up and become an English Cocker Spaniel.” Jane & Jim | @firstname.lastname@example.org “The small size of the Miniature Poodle makes it especially prone to genetic disorders that shorten its lifespan, but a Border Collie is one breed where this doesn’t seem to be as much of an issue.” – “Border collies are known around the world for their incredible herding skills!” – Jane Browning-Berry -“This means just about