Spring - and daylight saving time - is right around the corner. While we humans will miss that hour of sleep, the switch to daylight saving time can also affect our dogs.
According to dogtime.com, "Animals don’t set their routines by the clock that we use as humans to keep on schedule. They have their own circadian rhythm – a biological clock that helps them know when to eat, sleep, go potty, and do everything else in their day. So when humans change the clock for the start of daylight saving time, it can affect dogs more strongly."
Click here to read more about how "springing forward" can affect your dog.
Don't forget to set your clocks ahead Sunday, March 14th!