Evidence of small dogs being owned by royalty has existed throughout history, and the Continental Toy Spaniel’s history is no exception. Pint-sized Spaniels have been popular among European royalty for well over a thousand years. These dogs were known as the Continental Toy Spaniel. The Continental Toy Spaniels were first brought to America in the early 1900s where, to this day, they remain one of the most popular toy Spaniels in the country and one of the most easily recognized in the world.Read More
If you’re a busy parent or an overextended entrepreneur, it can be tough to balance your work and personal life. Often in the process, our beloved pets get overlooked. Nevertheless, they’re members of the family and a source of unconditional love, so you want to be extra careful about where and how your dog is cared for. That’s especially true when you’re traveling.Read More
Socialization is a vital part of helping your puppy live a happy, fear-free life. It allows them to explore and understand the new world around them effectively. And puppies love to investigate their surroundings and environment anyway! They need to encounter as many new sights, sounds, smells, situations, people, and other animals as possible. This can begin the moment they come home and should continue into adulthood. Build your pup’s confidence by emphasizing the pleasures of these experiences and allowing their temperament to develop correctly.Read More
Dog parks and puppy play dates in the backyard are great for socialization, but you can also help your puppy socialize in more creative ways!
Dogs are born curious. They love chasing anything and everything. Playing the game of chasing bees and wasps can be fun for your dog, but it comes with a price of pain.Read More
Other than wasps and bees, there are many other insects that can bite or sting your dog. Pests like mosquitos, ticks, ants, and fleas in the house can also be a nuisance and problem for your pets. Getting stung by bees or wasps is the most frightening and painful experience for your dog to go through. Although this is nothing fatal, you need to keep an eye out for any allergic reactions in your dog.
When it comes to the human-dog relationship, the word “love” is used a lot. What most people don’t talk about is the bond between them and their furry friends. Love will develop naturally. On the other hand, a bond takes a lot of attention and time to grow. Love makes your dog wag his tail when he sees you at the end of the day. However, bond keeps him from leaving you when you open the front door. A strong bond is a foundation between you and your dog.Read More