It’s 2022! And with a new year comes new beginnings - and in some cases, responsibilities too. Did you get a new dog or plan on getting one soon? In this episode of Talkin' Dogs, we are going to go over three tips for having a new dog and getting through the first year with them.Read More
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Santa is coming to town, and there are lights everywhere! Does your dog enjoy Christmas? In today’s episode of Talkin’ Dogs, we’re going to have five safety tips for you and your dog this holiday season.Read More
Learning your dog is diabetic can be frightening, but an early diagnosis can help you treat the disease before it gets worse. In today’s episode of "Talkin’ Dogs", we are going over five signs to look out for if you think your dog may be diabetic.Read More
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.
Dogs bite. It’s a known fact. They are fully equipped with forty-two teeth and are capable of biting if injured or provoked. A dog bite can be damaging and potentially fatal to children and even adults. No one wants to be responsible for their dog injuring another person. Dogs raised in homes without the presence of children may actually be more likely to injure a child. Dogs raised around children learn how to tolerate them. Dogs raised away from children don’t have the proper knowledge on how to act around children appropriately. Fortunately, an owner can take steps to improve a puppy’s tolerance of children before the puppy reaches adulthood.Read More