Category Archives: Blogs

Is Walking the Dog Regularly Necessary?

Every dog ​​should have a safe space to play and rest. Although the fenced yard also allows dogs to love the space to practice and run, and many owners believe that the dog has trained enough in the yard. However, the owner should walk the dog about 1-2 times a day because running around the… Read More »

How to Choose Funny Dog Shirt Styles to Suit Your Body Shape?

The dressing is the first thing that we notice into an individual’s personality that we look into. It is perfect for you to get introduced to your sense of style. Every person has one or other dressing styles that can optimally suit them without much hassle. It is convenient for you to look into the… Read More »

Check Your Ego At The Door

Dogs love unconditionally. They’ve seen you at the lowest points in your life and they’ve been there through the high points. They’ve seen you naked, they’ve heard you sing. They’ve been there throughout accidents, illness and health. When done right, it is a true partnership. People get dogs for a variety of reasons. Some feel… Read More »

Communication

The biggest thing that separates humans from animals is language. Not communication mind you, but language. Animals have a pretty complex system of communication and the more complex the pack, the more complex and nuanced the communication. I briefly run down communication here but I want to really expound on it here. Both you and your dog… Read More »

A Dogs View

A dog’s world is not our world. Despite popular belief, dogs are not furry, four legged children. They are a species completely separate from us. One of the biggest differences is language. As obvious as it sounds, dogs have no language, they have communication, but not language. As humans, we tend to take language for… Read More »

A Brief History

Dogs and humans have been sharing quarters for the past several thousand years or so. (The exact figure is under considerable debate.) Dogs actually predate civilization. Brought together by a mutual need for food and protection, early man discovered that hunting was made easier with wolves, and having an active alarm system during a time when… Read More »

Bringing Home Baby

You’ve seen them; little bundles of joy, 8 weeks old, covered in fur, big eyes peaking out at you and taking everything in. Maybe you were passing the pet store in the mall and a sign with big bold letters read “Puppy Sale.” Or maybe you were walking into a department store and sitting in… Read More »

Introducing Dogs and Children

Children and dogs can be the best of friends. However, it is wise to go slowly. Many dogs can find the high pitched squeals and quick movements of children to be rather scary. Some children can find the rambunctious playfulness of some puppies to be intimidating. With patience, most dogs and children can be taught to enjoy each other,… Read More »

Sentience

Lay people have acknowledged for hundreds of years that animals have consciousness. We see it when a dog or cat is trying to figure out a new stimulus. We see it when they dream. When a dog sleeps, he may rapidly move his paws, he may whimper, you see his eyes rapidly moving back and… Read More »

Spaying and Neutering

Some people are squeamish about altering their dogs. Some feel that it would change their dogs. Some are sensitive about doing something to their dog that they wouldn’t do to themselves. And some people can’t afford it. Health benefits Females who have been spayed before their first heat are less likely to develop mammary or… Read More »