Pet Health and Safety During the Cold, Winter Months
First of all, consider keeping your cat inside. Some people consider their felines “outdoor cats” but if you want to keep your cat alive and healthy, it is best to leave her indoors. If the temperature gets cold enough, cats can become injured or even freeze to death. Other possible negative consequences of letting your cat stay outside include increased exposure to fatal diseases such as rabies. If your cat is very experienced with living outdoors, then she most likely knows how to survive, however if you choose to let her stay outside, make sure that you bang loudly on the hood of your car before you start it. This may sound silly, but the hood of a car is a warm place to hang out.
My Dog Is Losing Weight – Causes of Unhealthy Weight Loss
Is your dog losing weight for no apparent reason such as a diet change or increased physical activity? Know the causes and symptoms of unhealthy weight loss.
Tear Staining: What Causes Canine Tear Stains and How to Remedy
Have you ever seen a dog with red or brown marks under their eyes? Maybe you thought it looked like “goop”? This is actually called tear staining and can be caused by a number of underlying conditions.
Depression in Dogs – Causes, Symptoms and Bringing Back Happy
We all know that humans can get depressed, but did you know that depression in dogs is just as real? Know the causes and how to spot the signs so you can tend to your dog’s needs and bring back happy times.
Canine Coronavirus – Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment
Canine coronavirus infection (CCV) sounds intimidating, as it should be because it is a highly contagious disease that can be found in dogs all over the world. Understand the symptoms, causes and how to treat it.
Allergies in Dogs – Causes, Symptoms and Helpful Treatments
We don’t always think about dogs being allergic, however allergies in dogs is a common ailment. Learn more about causes, symptoms and treatments.
How to Avoid Unacceptable Urination and Defecation
Believe it or not, around 20% of the dog behaviour issues are shown as elimination problems. That’s lots of people having problems with their dog’s peeing and defecation behavior. Being the dog’s owner, modifying these behaviours ought to be towards the top of your checklist.
Dog Training Tips And Exercises
Dogs, like little children, tend to have a short attention span. It’s crucial to have your dog’s attention and to end your training before they lose attention. Puppies are already hyperactive, and can be over stimulated. Using a touch and simple sounds is the best way to communicate naturally with dogs. They don’t understand words, so they must be conditioned to what the sound means.
Some Easy Guidelines For Crate Training Puppies
Once a puppy enters your household, it can become very challenging to keep good care of it. You should provide special care for your new pet, who has just arrived in the household, and make sure that it is comfortable in your home. Too often, many people avoid keeping pets despite their wishes.
Worming Treatment For Your Dog
At some point or another, your dog will have a worm problem. Whether it’s as a puppy (which is most common) or as an adult dog, immediate treatment is vital to stop further infestation and the development of other illnesses. The usual intestinal parasite suspects that we know are tape worm, round worm, hook worm and whip worm.
Dogs And Puppies For Sale
How to spot an unscrupulous backyard breeder whose only intention is to steal your money. Dogs and puppies for sale is not just an emotional undertaking if you are in the market to get a dog or a puppy, but also one that has many pitfalls for the unsuspecting and uninformed buyer. This short article will introduce you to some best practices to ensure that you get the dog that is just right for you.
What to Expect When You Adopt an English Bulldog Puppy
English bulldog puppies make an ideal family pet because they are energetic, good-natured and very tolerant of children. The ideal age to separate the puppy from his mother is between seven and nine weeks of age, but they can adapt well to family living even at older ages. When looking for an English bulldog puppy, check with the humane society, a local breeder or a pet store.