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Dogs And Buried Bones

Author : Stan Cristian

Every dog owner knows how great their little friend is. They always rush to you when you come home from a long day at work and shower you with affection, unlike many other animals that humans keep as pets.

While little Rover may tear up a shoe from time to time and make general madness around the house if you're gone too long, there are certain things about dogs that some people just don't fully understand. One of these things is the practice of a dog burying a bone out in the yard.

The main reason that dogs bury bones is actually a force of inherited behavior for a long ago past when dogs roamed the earth wild. You see, there was a time, thousands of years ago, when dogs had to scavenge and hunt for their food. When they were able to gather enough food to satisfy their hunger at that moment, they would then bury the rest for later. This act of hoarding food allowed the dogs to roam the wilderness and never have to worry about whether or not they were going to eat later that day.

Today's dogs have been domesticated, so they don't have to worry about hoarding food at all, but the natural instinct still tells them that they need to make sure they have enough food just in case. The only real problem is when Rover decides that your prized flower bed or garden is the proper place for him or her to bury that stash of extra food. There are ways of getting around that, though, and you can do a quick search on the internet to see all the possible solutions that you have to keep Rover from digging up your flowers and garden.

Dogs understand that they'll always have food in their bowl when it comes time to eat, but their natural instincts still say to be mindful for when hard times might befall them. This is why they continue to bury bones and other tidbits of food from time to time.

There's even a good chance that you're completely unaware that your special little pooch is burying anything in your yard as they'll always try to find a place that other animals won't dig in order to make sure they keep their buried treasure to themselves. It's just one of those things that people will have to get used to when having a dog as a pet.

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