Lennox’s neighbor had to move to another state and take his dog Bogart with him. But their bond is still as close as ever when they’re reunited a year later.
Why does my dog go to the neighbors house?
There are a few possible reasons why your dog might be drawn to the neighbors’ house. It could be that they have a higher concentration of certain scents that are appealing to your dog, such as the smell of other dogs or even food. Alternatively, the neighbors may simply provide more opportunities for socialization and play. Dogs are social animals, and it’s natural for them to want to interact with other dogs and people. If your dog is deprived of these opportunities, he may seek them out at the neighbors’ house. Finally, it’s possible that your dog is simply bored. If he has little to do during the day, he may view the neighbors’ house as a more exciting place to be. If your dog is spending a lot of time at the neighbors’, it’s important to assess his needs and make sure he’s getting enough exercise, mental stimulation, and social interaction. Otherwise, he may continue to look for fun elsewhere.