My Older Dog Is Going Blind! What Do I Do?
As your dog ages, there is a chance she will lose some or all of her vision. Explore the causes of canine blindness, and what you can do to make your dog more comfortable if she becomes blind.
What Is Dog Separation Anxiety and How Do I Fix It?
All indoor pets become a little distressed when their handlers leave the house. But most understand that it won’t be too long before their owner returns. But dogs with separation anxiety fear that their owner is never coming back so they become mentally and emotionally stressed and may even try to escape the house. Sometimes it is annoying but keeping the fact that it is our responsibility to provide for our pet. If we don’t treat the condition it will get worse. If your dog is suffering from separation anxiety, take action as soon as possible!
A Dog Named Max
I was twelve years old when Max came into my life. The long-awaited school break had finally arrived, and for weeks I had been pestering my parents relentlessly for a dog to share the summer vacation with.
A Merry Hound – The Beagle
Beagles were developed as scent hounds and used to hunt rabbits and small prey. Today, this popular breed is used for hunting, pet therapy, “sniffing” dogs for law enforcement, and as family pets. This is one of the most popular dogs in the United States due to the temperament and long life of the breed.
Quick Guide: How To Deal With Your Dog’s Thunderstorm Anxiety
Thunderstorms may not seem scary to us, but some dogs can be sensitive to them. Use this quick guide to stop your dog’s fear of thunderstorms.
5 Tips For Dealing With Your Neighbor & Their Barking Dog
That neighbor’s dog is barking. And it’s driving you crazy! But talking with your neighbor can be awkward and uncomfortable. Use these tips to help you, so you can get your peace and quiet back.
Good Food For German Shepherds
Looking for the best food for your German Shepherd? They need a lot of protein, because they are large active dogs. Let’s look into some of the better brands to consider.
My Lab Pepper, Part 3 of Three – The Latter Years
This is the final and by far, the saddest installment of the wonderful life of a dog that was a real treasure. She whelped a litter of 2 male and 2 female pups that looked suspiciously like their daddy was a Saint Bernard. I was divorced for a while and later met and married a wonderful woman who loved dogs. Pepper and her dog Spock became best friends and we all adjusted to a new life. Her life of 12 wonderful years was ended one cold winter morning when she was struck by a car driven by a yet unknown person.
My Lab Pepper, Part 2 of Three – The Middle Years
Pepper continued to show her outstanding talent as an excellent retriever and gun dog. Her “trainability” was unbelievable and was demonstrated in her discipline to not fetch the wrong bird when there were multiple hunters in the field. I almost lost her in an accident around a river dock.
My Lab Pepper, Part 1 of Three – The First Year
I embarked on a new and remarkable life with an extraordinary Labrador Retriever I named Pepper. I had no idea when I bought her in Texas that she would be such an enjoyable and fulfilling part of my life. This article is one of three accounts of the life I had with a loving, dedicated and enjoyable dog.
Dogs, The Question Settled, “In The Custody Of” And “Not Property”
An animal can never care for itself if it grows up outside of the wild and in human society. Most dogs are bred in human society and tossing them into the wild wouldn’t have good results for them and they would return to the places humans gather for their own self well being.
Dog Fighting – Are We In The Dark Ages?
It is hard to imagine that this type of industry still exists in today’s society. Strengthened by organized crime it continues to grow and evolve.