This is the first post in our series about all things puppy related! Having a puppy is a fun and rewarding experience but can also be a frustrating and challenging phase. In these posts, we hope to shed some light on why puppies do the things they do and provide advice on how to deal with it.
Having a puppy is a fun but can be a challenging experience. To help you survive puppyhood, we found some of the best resources on everything from the first night to housebreaking your new furry family member.
As everyone knows, organizing a wedding takes time and planning; preparing your dog for your wedding day is no different. This training schedule will help your dog be ready in time for the big occasion.
Now is the time to practice the basics: sit, stay, come, and most importantly to “check in” with you. Start with short training sessions (15 minutes) twice a day in a distraction-free area. Initially, you will likely need to use small pieces of a high value treat to shape and reward the desired behavior. Having trouble? Consider enlisting the services of a trainer now, to avoid issues and disappointment later.
Changes in your dog’s activity level, such as decreased eating or drinking, or changes in their bathroom habits are common signs that your dog needs to see a vet. But sometimes the signs aren’t always that obvious. Here are four signs that you should bring your dog to the vet…
Any fur baby parent will tell you that dogs have their own personalities. But what you might not know is that certain personalities respond better to a particular type of training. Dogs can be confident, shy, independent, happy go lucky, and dominant.
Dogs may be born deaf or become deaf due to infection, injury or old age. Regardless of the cause, deaf dogs make just as good companions as their hearing counterparts, yet many myths about them persist. Today, we take a look at a few of them…
Have you ever wondered why your dog does that? Or maybe you've heard in the news about the latest study that says dogs will snub people who are mean to their owners? Thanks to scientists around the world, we are learning more about canine behavior than ever before. But these researchers don't use special "lab" dogs...Read More
It’s the summer! This means BBQing, celebrating with friends, family and often fireworks. While fireworks may be fun to watch, many cats and dogs find it scary. Here are some tips on how to keep your pets safe and help them deal with fireworks.