Babies and puppies in the home are similar in one respect. They are both learning as they go and can be taught preferred behavior at an early age. But when the puppy enters the household in advance of the baby, it can be a daunting experience, particularly when the pooch feels neglected or it has lost some influence with its masters. No longer being the center of attention can be traumatic. On top of that, a pup now has to also adjust to a variety of new sounds, sights and smells — all of which — can be stressful in a dog’s or cat's early life.
Certain breeds of dogs are more prone to ear infections than others. Do you know which they are, why it's important not to ignore the problem and how to avoid the scenario in the first place? Find the answers here!
Who calls the shots in your house? Who’s the leader of the pack when it comes to taking charge? Are you or your dog the ‘alpha dog’ in your household? Some pet owners feel the need for control, thinking that ‘dominance training’ is an important step in teaching your dog who’s the boss.
Move over Grumpy Cat, there’s a new favorite pet ripping up the digital landscape these days. Out with the old, in with the new! Social media can be a fickle mistress sometimes, particularly when it comes to our four-legged furry creatures. Enter stage left . . .
Dog potties might be good options for all pet owners, but especially those who work long hours, have unpredictable schedules, or live somewhere too hot, too cold, or too wet. If one of these descriptions fits you, you may want to try one of these five well reviewed indoor potties for your dog.