Bonding With Your New Dog
When you bring home your new dog, there are some important steps to take to bond with your dog, such as frequent walks and showing them were the food, water, and sleeping areas are. We’ll review their training needs as well to help encourage basic obedience skills.Precision Dog Crates – A Few Considerations To Make
Precision Dog Crates are very valuable during dog training, and the earlier you confine your puppy, the better. They are very useful while traveling as they are more comfortable for your dog. Thing to Consider When Buying One When selecting a particular type to order for your puppy, there are various features that you should look out for.Puggles As Pets
Do Puggles make good pets? It’s a good question, and it’s a lot more complex of a question, then you may think. I’ll try to answer it to the best of my ability in this article. I’m no Veterinarian, but I do have four Puggles, of my own.Being The Leader Of Your Dog Pack At Home
Do you understand the social hierarchy of a dog pack? If you have pets, it’s important for you to understand that dogs are social animals, and they will typically have one dominant leader. You’ll need to show the pack that you are in charge in order to have more effective discipline and positive behavior in your home.Dog Bowl – How To Choose The Right One
Choosing the right dog bowl can be overwhelming. There are so many different options at your local store and online. How do you know which one is right for your pooch? Should I get an raised dog bowl, plastic, stainless steel, slow eating or a traveling dog dish? Below you will find ways on choosing the right one.Do You Have a Pet Rescue Plan For Natural Disasters?
What would happen to your pet if there was a natural disaster in your area tomorrow? It’s important to have a rescue plan for your pet that involves alternative shelters, ID tags, and a rescue kit.Dog Scabs and What to Do About It
Dog scabs are the skin’s response to irritation and itch. There are several factors that cause dog scabs to develop. The reasons for skin problems are as varied as their appearance, from nutritional problems to environment and from surface contact to diseases.As Economy Plunges, Dog Thefts Are On The Rise – Tips To Protect Your Dog!
According to the American Kennel Club, dog thefts in the U. S. are on the rise. Why, would people be stealing puppies and dogs when the economy is so shaky? Here are the reasons why and tips to help protect your pet from dognappers!Dog Skin Problems – Learn to Get It Under Control
A dog’s skin and coat is the mirror to its general health. Dog skin problems are a common issue. Like humans, they are also allergic to the environment, food, and insects apart from other factors like hormones. However, with every problem comes a solution. For dog skin problems, there are cures as well.Dog Yeast Infection, Learn to Get Rid of It
Dog yeast infections generally appear on their skin and the inside of their ears. It is caused by a kind of yeast called malasezzia. This dog yeast infection can be confined to a particular part of the body, or it can affect the entire body. The infection makes the dog’s skin excessively itchy and discharges a foul odor. If the yeast is left untreated, the dog’s skin will eventually look like an elephant skin.Dog Rashes – Ways to Manage It
Your dog’s skin and coat indicates the quality of its general health. It is important to remember that once skin rashes occur, they become persistent and will require patient treatment to free the dog from it. You and your dog may find the rashes obnoxious, but there are treatments for dog rashes.Dog Skin Allergies – Pinpointing the Cause and Treating It
Dog skin allergies are common but at the same time not easy to pinpoint. Patience and a keen sense of detail is needed in diagnosing and determining the likely culprit that causes the allergies.