Hygiene is important to make sure your dog is feeling and looking his best. Baths, brushing his hair, dental care, clipping his nails, and ear care are important parts of keeping him in tip-top shape! He may not like it at first, but starting at an early age and having a routine will help him get used to all the hygiene necessities.Read More
If you think visits to the doctor's office are stressful, imagine how your dog must feel at the vet. It's easy to understand why being put on a slippery table in a room filled with strange smells and sounds while being poked and looked at by a stranger doesn't feel good. On top of that, remember that your dog cannot understand why this is happening even if you try your best to explain. However, regular check-ups are imperative for keeping your dog healthy and happy. If you want to avoid traumatizing your dog and putting him through unnecessary anxiety, you might want to take a look at these 5 tips to make vet visits less stressful for your dog.Read More
Continental Kennel Club has several options for registering an adult canine, including the Picture and Witness Registration (or PAW), dual-registration, and non-purebred registration.Read More
In this video, we explain how to register a dog who is already registered with a CKC-recognized registry. We will also cover the process for a dog whose parents are registered with a CKC-recognized registry.
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
Your dog is sitting there, posing in the most adorable way. You get your camera or phone out to capture the moment, and then your dog moves as soon as you take the picture. Sometimes it seems like your dog knows his picture is being taken. So how can you get the perfect picture of your dog?Read More