-Allow you and your dog to have quiet time together.
-Promote your dog’s good health in terms of his coat, skin, feet, ears, teeth, etc.
-Allow you to become very familiar with all parts of your dog’s body and you’ll notice early on anything unusual that may require veterinary attention.
-Promote good health for both humans and puppies – this type of interaction can actually lower stress levels and reduce blood pressure for both you and puppy.

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