To raise a dog or any animal for that matter, we need to put ourselves in their paws and listen to their needs than assuming our own.
Generally, a dog never becomes “aggressive” out of the blue! Aggression is never a sudden event, unless if it’s due to pain or an underlying medical condition.
Silver fur, droopy eyes & slower gait – this may not warm all hearts, but it certainly does ours! Senior dogs come with a wonderful temperament, calm demeanours & tolerance towards things that would roil any young(er) dog.
Well, we certainly are guilty of these thoughts, but we believe we do understand what our dogs are trying to tell us because contrary to what many imagine, dogs are excellent communicators and do a wonderful job of expressing their feelings in some subtle and some not-so-subtle ways.
Is your dog humping everyone and everything? Forgotten all the commands you taught them? The speed with which our canine companions grow up surprises all of us, but even the best of us are caught completely unawares when adolescence strikes in dogs.
As pet parents, we feel that whatever food we eat would also be good and healthy for our pets. But more often than not, that is not the case. When it comes to feeding pets, vegetables surely are healthy and cost-effective, but not all of them are dog friendly.
Neutering is a term used for the surgical sterilization of your pet. And pet parents are always dicey whether to do it or not. So listed are some benefits of spaying or dog neutering.
How to bathe a dog and how often is one question that often comes into the minds of pet parents. … More
Dogs are omnivores, that is they can eat vegetarian as well as non-vegetarian diets. However, when it comes to feeding … More
Fish contains lean protein and Omega 3 fatty acids. They also have a lot of vitamins and minerals which are … More