Aren’t sure how to react when your new puppy is having an accident? There is no need to scold or make your dog afraid, your goal should be to startle your puppy enough to have them stop mid-stream then immediately run with them outside as quickly as possible. If you can it is best to […]
The aim of selectively breeding dogs is to enhance those physical or behavioral characteristics that are thought to be useful to their owners or handlers. Over the years years, dogs developed into groups based on their abilities and appearance, for example muscular heavy dogs were good guard dogs, and lean long legged animals were better […]
Never, ever leave your animal alone in a parked car. We have all thought it… “Well, I’ll be right back, I just have to run in for a minute. Fido will be alright.” Even when temperatures are 78 degrees your internal car temperature can rise between 100 to 120 degrees in just minutes which may […]
Dogs are an important part of our lives and provide us with companionship and protection. They give us unconditional love, and are always glad to see us. Research has shown that having a dog can help reduce stress and alleviate loneliness. It’s important for both of us that we do what we can to make […]
Did you know bad breath is not always just bad breath? It can be a sign of excessive plaque and tartar, gum disease, kidney disease, liver problems, and many others. So if you notice your pets breath getting intolerable be sure to bring it up at your next wellness check up with your vet.