Having a high-energy dog can be quite the ordeal! Not just working breeds need a lot of time and effort to keep calm and happy! Both physical and mental stimulation is important for keeping all dogs happy, but this is especially true of small working, high energy dogs like the Mini Australian Shepherd.Read More
In an attempt to help you keep your dog calm, we have hand-picked four of our favorite activities for you to do with your dog. These activities are not only useful for working breeds, but for any dog who is on restricted exercise or for young puppies who cannot go out yet!
If you have any experience keeping dogs, you will know by now that they are prone to different kinds of diseases and might fall sick too. Different dog breeds have different sicknesses that they are predisposed to. Knowing the type of illness that affects your dog and the symptoms of these sicknesses that you are to look out for makes it easy for you to take care of the dog and get them back on their feet when they are down.Read More
Do you have a dog that enjoys devouring cat food? Well, you’re not alone. Cat food is more palatable compared to dog food, and it’s evident that your dog would want to eat up cat food whenever he gets a chance. Catching your pooch stealing cat food may seem cute at first, but it’s going to harm your canine pal in the long run. But don’t worry, it’s easy to teach your dog that he’s not allowed to eat your kitty’s food using some basic obedience training and other tricks. Read on to know how to stop your dog from eating cat food.Read More
Taking a pet home also brings the responsibility of taking care and looking after their health. Like humans, dogs experience the constipation problem, which is frightening for them. However, most dog owners see their canine straining to defecate and assume they are constipated.Read More
Do you remember those times when you were traveling with your dog everywhere? Or the moment you first brought him home? There are moments in the relationship of a pet owner and its dog that will remain forever in your memory. The puppy you firstly had has now grown up into an adult one. Unfortunately, no matter how much we want, dogs do not stay puppies or young forever.Read More