You may not realize some of the extra special care and attention older dogs need. Knowing the signs of aging and the increased health issues to look out for can help you catch many medical problems as early as possible. Also, as your pup’s mobility decreases and regular bodily functions begin to show signs of old age, we give you some tips on how to help your elderly pup live a happy and comfortable life in his senior years.
Dog training is one of the most important aspects of canine care. You want to train your canine so that you understand each other better and they learn to behave in ways that will keep them safe and happy.
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Most of the time, when you see an aggressive dog, he was not born that way. An owner of this type of dog may not fully understand how to train their pup. This lack of training often leads to aggressive behavior because the dog responds to situations using his instincts since he has never been taught differently. Learn why it happens and how to get your dog to stop aggressive behavior.
As humans, we often tend to think if our feet get cold in the wintertime then so do our dogs’ paws. But what does the research say? And should you be concerned about your pup’s paws? And how do you keep their pads protected in the winter (and summer) months? We’ve got the answers plus some recommended products
If you use common household cleaners, you could be slowly poisoning your dog without even knowing it. You could be putting your pooch at risk for developing cancer, kidney or liver damage down the road. In fact, studies have proven the toxic effects of such ingredients as ammonia, bleach, chlorine, gycol ethers and formaldehyde on humans and pets. And pets are even more vulnerable. Pets pick up residues from cleaning products and then groom themselves, spreading these toxic materials on their skin, coat, mouths, nose and eyes. As a responsible dog owner, it’s time to ditch your chemical-laden cleaners for pet safe cleaning products…
Nothing is more frustrating than a dog who misbehaves. Or maybe your pup is already obedient, but you want to advance his skills and teach him tricks — like fetching a beer from the fridge? Thanks to the internet, you can bring expert dog trainers to you anywhere. Learn more about virtual dog training options, benefits, class types, pricing, and more.
Have you tried multiple ways to train your puppy or dog on your own without much success? Don’t want to fork out a fortune for a professional dog trainer? You may want to consider the online course, Brain Training For Dogs. Developed by Adrienne Faricelli, a certified dog trainer with over a decade of experience, Brain Training For Dogs has received major kudos from many top dog trainers. What can you learn from this training course? Does it actually work? And is it affordable? Read on to see if Brain Training For Dogs is worth it.
Do you often leave your dog unattended in your yard? If so, you’re unknowingly giving dog thieves an open invitation. Dog theft has been on the rise for several years now. What laws are in place to punish pet thieves? How can you keep your pet safe? What do you do if you think your pet was stolen? We’ll answer these questions and more…
Doggy Dan may be just what you need. The Online Dog Trainer (aka Doggy Dan), is one of New Zealand’s leading dog training experts who works with clients worldwide via his internet portal. His affordable and flexible approach to obedience school helps you train your dog online with more than 350 videos for various scenarios (pulling on the leash, aggression, excessive barking, etc.), recorded from real client problems. Let’s dive into our online dog training review to see if it could actually work for you and your pup.
The 2020 COVID-19 pandemic has seen an increase in pet adoptions across the world. As people quarantined at home, they’ve looked to furry family members to fill their life with joy and companionship. Studies show that pets help people cope with anxiety and loneliness. Read these uplifting stories from readers who rescued dogs during the COVID-19 lockdown…
While it’s fun to treat your furry best friend year-round, the holidays are an especially good time to shower your pooch with presents. There are thousands of dog products on the market, but we’ve rounded up and reviewed our all-time (and some new) favorites that will be sure to spoil the special dogs in your life.
Ace got loose on a walk one hot summer day. Brandon, his owner, tried capturing him immediately, but Ace was too fast. He was lost, and Brandon was devastated. After 20 days of searching and alerting others, Brandon was reunited with Ace, who weighed nearly 20 pounds less and was covered in ticks. A vet looked Ace over, and thankfully, he had no serious health issues. Fortunately, Brandon knew the proper steps to take to find his dog and never gave up hope…