So my dog doesn't like his dog food. I assessed the situation, and have the current idea that he would enjoy healthy "human" food. He likes eggs, but I'm still contemplating on what nutrition he needs, without just strictly eating eggs. He's eaten green beans, but online it says dogs can eat oatmeal, yogurt, peanut butter, and some other foods like carrots and broccoli. My question - what can I feed him currently that would give him the proper nutrition, while mostly having processed food?
The next point is about walking with him outside of the boarders of my house with no leash. What was supportive for him, was me walking without any energy moving me as much as possible. With this I walked through the alley and was throwing out pecans for the birds to eat (the conscious intent of the birds eating it), and eventually we were walking in front of my house across the street. There was a fear of him getting run over by a car, but that fear was disproved from multiple points of myself and Dexter (the dogs name) that I saw in the moment.
There was a problem before I decided to grab him and take him back to his restricted boarders of the house. He went to the neighbors back drive way, and where he wanted to roam through the driveway. I went into this intermittent fear of the neighbors coming out and telling me to get Dexter, and eventually I went to pick him up while he was walking towards the gate to communicate with the neighbors dog. I went to go pick him up without allowing energy to go through me, but automatically I swiped my foot on the concreete, and the neighbors dog started barking.
My question - is there any perspectives, or factual information that anyone knows or have applied to walking a dog outside without a leash, with the precaution of not having the dog get run over, yet while still feeling physically comfortable with walking with the dog. Is there any tests or ways I can experiment with walking with Dexter outside without him being on a leash.