Is Your Dog Safe In Your Garden?
The internet is both a mine and a minefield of information! There are many websites that provide lists of toxic and non-toxic plants, some of these lists are extensive and many contradictory in some ways. Not many pages will tell you what exactly might happen to your dog should they eat something so called “toxic” and it could be easy to get paranoid or complacent! If you are concerned about what your dog might eat do your own homework.
Let’s Compare Dog Anatomy With Human
A dog may be man’s best friend, but anatomically speaking which species is superior? One obvious difference between dog anatomy and human is the contrast in size (and of course that human’s walk on two legs and dogs on four!) An average human height is 180cm, with the tallest dog, the Great Dane, reaching 86cm, and the smallest dog, the Chihuahua being 26 cm max.
You Can’t Socialize Your Dog By Sitting At Home
Socializing your dog is a vital part of their mental health and growth. Socializing typically refers to the dog’s ability to get along with other people and dogs. Unfortunately a person can do more harm than good if not done correctly. Socialization can be accomplished in many ways but forcefully is not one of them.
Bravecto – Feasible, Trustable and Efficient Parasitic Treatment
With several options available for flea and tick treatments in the market, we tend to look for the most efficient and affordable product that suits both, our pet and pocket. Bravecto – an oral flea and tick treatment has proven its effectiveness with the tested times.
3 Secrets to Choosing the Best Shampoos for Your Pet Dog
Do dogs need to be groomed and given a bath at regular intervals? If you want to keep your dog healthy, it is advisable to give it a bath at least once a month. A good shampoo and conditioner can help remove dead skin cells and control allergens and dust mites.
Winter Weather Tips for Your Pup
Winter weather can be dangerous for pets. Here are a few tips to keep your dog happy and healthy during the cold winter weather.
Dog Behavior Series 13 – Why Is My Dog A Finicky Eater?
If you are looking for help treating your dog’s behavioral issues, or just curious about why your dog does what he does, then this Behavioral Series is for you. This segment focuses on why dogs are finicky eaters. So, why is your dog a finicky eater?
What You Need to Check When Buying Dog Collars
Buying your dog a new collar isn’t a quick decision. While there is nothing stopping you from walking into a local pet shop and buying the first dog collar you see, you may find that you don’t end up with the best match for your particular pet.
Start Your Pet Traveling At A Young Age
Start your puppy out traveling at the youngest possible age, within reason. With the holidays ending many people have added a new member to their family. And for those that added a young puppy, now is the perfect time to acclimate the pup to traveling.
5 Key Training Tips for First Time Dog Parents
Training your dog is one of the first steps in early interaction and bonding between you. Making this effort is part of getting to know your new loved one, and time for him to get to know you. Whether it’s housebreaking, proper dog walking or basic command practice, it’s never too early to start learning tools for teaching your pet necessary skills. Here are some tips on how to train your dog for beginners.
How Do I Keep My Dog Warm in the Winter?
As the nights draw in and the weather gets colder, you’ll want to make sure your dog is kept warm during the winter. Whether they have short hair or long, there’s nothing a dog likes more than to snuggle up in a warm place. Don’t forget that walk out in the cold either, some dogs don’t mind the chilly weather but others need an additional thermal layer just like us humans.
Golden Retrievers: Best Dogs for Families and Children
Concerned about finding the perfect dog for your kids? I’ll lend some insight on one of America’s most popular dogs.