Understanding the Different Types of Dog Food
There are four different types of dog food that you can choose to help meet your dog’s nutritional needs. Knowing what type of food to choose from can be a difficult process if you are unfamiliar with the options that are available to you. Read on to understand the different types of dog food available to help feed your pet.
Paw Preference In Dogs
Have you ever wondered if your dog is right-pawed or left-pawed (i.e., a “southpaw”)? In fact, dogs, like humans, do tend to have a preference for using one side more than the other.
What To Get For A Puppy
When asking the question, what to get for a puppy, there are many things you can buy before he/she comes home. Some are necessary and some are not. Being ready with the necessary supplies will allow for an easier transition for both you and your puppy.
Dog Separation Anxiety – Are We Recognising the Significance of This Trauma?
Whether your canine pet is an adult dog or still at the puppy stage anxiety separation is something, that as dog owners, we have to face at certain times. I’ve known dogs, or puppies who have dealt with separation from their owner without being too disturbed. On the other hand I’ve experienced being the owner of a puppy who just couldn’t handle separation from his family and consequently, at the few times during his 14 year life span that we had to leave him, I was concerned about his welfare for the entire time we were away from him. It was obvious that he fretted for his family during our absence and I well remember that it took him several days to settle in to his home surroundings on our return, indicating to me that we had lost his trust, at least for a period of time.
Natural Dog Care – Preventing Fleas and Ticks
Dog owners rightfully wish to protect their best friend from fleas and ticks. Unfortunately, many of the products that prevent fleas and ticks also contain harsh chemicals that can be pose risks to your dog’s health. There are, however, natural ways to help prevent the nuisance of fleas and ticks.
Five Sure Fire Ways To Know Your Dog Training Isn’t Going Well
Stumped in dog training? Don’t be discouraged. It happens. Training your dog is a process that takes a lot out of you — a lot of time, a lot of effort, maybe even a lot of emotion. It’s easy to become discouraged over your training, especially when your efforts seem to be fruitless. Here are a few suggestions as to why your training process may have experienced a decline.
3 Tips to Remember When Buying Airline Approved Pet Carriers for In-Cabin Use
For small pets, the owners can use airline approved pet carriers for in cabin. There are a few things, however, that you should remember before buying airline approved pet carriers for them.
What to Know About Boxer Dogs
If you’ve ever had the good fortune to have a boxer in your life, then you know how absolutely fantastic this breed of dog is. The boxer is a loyal, fun loving breed of dog.
How to Trim Your Dog’s Nails
Most dog owners relinquish the job of clipping their dog’s nails to a groomer or veterinarian. Your dog may not like to have his paws touched, but trimming his nails need not become an ordeal. Ease into the job by handling your puppy’s paws on a regular basis so that she gets accustomed to the attention.
The Most Common Mistake In Training Your Puppy or Dog
The ABC Rule of dog training is the difference between frustration and success. It’s a simple concept that works!
Soft Sided Dog Crates: Making Life Easy
Because dogs are den animals by nature, they will love having their own place within a dog crate. Consider these steps when purchasing one and think about the comfort and ease of living for your four-legged pet in a Soft Sided Dog Crate.
Your New Puppy Is Home – Now What?
For a fun, safe puppy homecoming, you must do some homework and preparations. Do you know what to do?