In a perfect world, every dog has a home and a roof over its head and enjoys the cuddles and smooches of its owners. However, dogs have to start somewhere before ending up in a home, and some of them start in a pet store. Is it inhumane for pet stores to keep dogs though?
The love between a human and a dog is so strong that we often refer to them as our furry best friends. After all, who can resist those puppy-dog eyes filled with love and respect, and the tail wagging while trying to lean on us? And while we want to pet them to show our love and respect for them, do dogs actually like to be pet?
No one can plan or avoid injuries and sickness, nor can our pets. It never hurts to be ready for the unexpected when it comes through. Veterinarian appointments are not priceless, but loving your cats or dogs is. These expenses may be easier to manage with pet insurance. But just what is pet insurance?
Does your dog love to snack on anything you eat? I know mine does. It stares at me with its puppy-dog eyes, begging to have a bite of whatever food I am eating. But are there any foods you can give a dog like this? In other words, what guilty pleasure foods can you give your dog?
Dogs are willing to eat a lot of things, including human food. But it does make you wonder, though. Are there things dogs won’t eat?
You’ve just got your dog. But now, everyone around you advises you to sign the dog up for obedience classes. Are obedience classes worth it, though?
Congratulations on getting your first dog! It’s an exciting time, and it’s difficult to know where to start. Perhaps one of the things you’ve heard about are obedience classes. But just what are obedience classes anyway?
Just like us, dogs can suffer from a chronic illness. And in sickness and in health, it is our responsibility to take up the burden and care for our dogs the best way we know how. So, how do you care for a dog with a chronic illness?
Yey, you finally took your first step and decided to get a dog. Congratulations, you are in for a fun ride filled with many smooches, cuddles, but most importantly, a loyal companion that will be here in sickness and in health. But is it better to adopt or get a dog from a breeder?
Getting a puppy is the biggest decision you are about to make. After all, the dog will be by your side, hopefully for more than ten years. If you’ve made up your mind to get your dog from a breeder, you need to ensure the dog is in good health and that you are not a part of some cruel puppy scheme. But how to find a good dog breeder if it’s your first time getting a puppy?