How to Choose the Right Trainer For Your Dog
Many dog owners don’t exactly know how to train their dogs themselves properly. Hiring a dog trainer is an excellent solution for this problem. However, it’s quite easy to get into the field of dog training since it requires no specific educational or licensing requirements. That’s why you will need to do a lot of research to ensure that you get a reputable one.
5 Big Mistakes You Don’t Want to Make This Winter
Pet owners make these five common mistakes in the winter. Avoiding them will help this be your pup’s best winter.
3 Rules in Puppy Potty Training
Potty training your pet is one of the most important things that you need to teach your pet if you wish your pet to stay inside your house. This holds true for all kinds of pets. Most pet owners often get a dog and if they want their dog to not leave a mess inside their house, they need to potty train it while it is still a puppy
Dog Car Seats – Why You Need Them
We all know how our four-legged furry friends love to ride cars. You might think that it’s fun to see your dogs happily sticking their heads and tongues outside the car window. But did you know that this situation, as cute as it may seem, could cause them some serious trouble? Without proper seating and security, you are risking not only your precious pet’s life but your life as well.
How The Average Pet Owner Can Save Money
During tough economic times, pet owners are always looking for ways to save some money while still giving the utmost care to their pets. We will look at the food and treats you feed your pets, coupons and sales to take advantage of, toys, and veterinary care to find areas of possible savings.
Food Allergies in Dogs: Diagnosing and Treating
Are you noticing that your dog is scratching, sneezing, or showing allergy symptoms after eating? It’s possible that your dog has food allergies. We’ll discuss how to diagnose the problem and some solutions involving a process of elimination to find the culprit.
Recipes for Homemade Dog Food: Beef and Cabbage Salad and Beef and Veggie Pie
This article shows you how to make two delicious homemade dog food recipes: Beef and Cabbage Salad and Beef and Veggie Pie. Your dog is going to love these protein rich beef dishes.
Bark Collars – Keep Your Dog From Barking
Barking is the nature of dogs. They bark to express their feelings such as tired, sad, lonely, mad, hungry, bored, and irritated and many others. However, the owner could be annoyed when their dogs start barking in the middle of the night or even all the time.
Selecting a Good Personalized Dog Collar
A personalized dog collar tells several things about you as a dog owner. It also speaks volumes about your dog. Most people will simply pick up a collar at either the pet supply shop, or even the supermarket.
Dog Training: Tips for Dealing With Aggressive Dogs
Every dog owner should train their dog to a certain extent. Training is even more important if your dog is somewhat aggressive towards other dogs and people.
Holiday Treats That Are Anything But a Treat For Your Dog
We are now in the winter holiday season, which means Thanksgiving and Christmas are coming soon. Unfortunately, this means that there are ingredients that can be harmful to your dog in your home. It’s important to review these household dangers to be sure our pets are not at risk.
A Dog As a Status Symbol
Most of us have heard the assertion that dog owners eventually start to look like their pets, or maybe some people are subconsciously drawn to dogs that have similar features as themselves. But what about the people who see their dogs as a reflection of themselves, not necessarily physically but in character, or perceived character. I’m sure we have all seen the over-the-top gay guy, mincing along with his French poodle or labra-doodle, or shi-doodle or any of the other poodle hybrids that are fashionable today.