Archive for the ‘dogs’ Category

3 Great Dog Ball Toys

Buying toys for your dog can be tiresome. Balls are usually great for dogs because it stimulates their prey drive and they will often chase a ball. However, if the ball is is too thin, your dog will destroy it within minutes. If it’s too big or too tough your dog might lose interest in [...]

Territorial Urination and How to Curb It


Dogs are territorial and like to protect, establish, and mark what is theirs. Territorial marking is different than just peeing. While it can be a big puddle, sometimes it’s nothing more than a few drops around the house. It’s not spiteful though, it’s a sign of insecurity. If a dog senses that the area is [...]

5 ways to stay calm when training your dog


One of the most important things when raising your pup is to make sure you are calm and keep the training sessions on track. It’s hard. Puppies have an attention span of about 10 seconds before they go do something else that is more fun to them. Sometimes they can learn how to sit and [...]

Watch For Lyme Disease


Warmer weather means the parasites are out and about looking for hosts. Ticks can be troublesome, especially if you hike and camp or live in a rural area. Tick borne diseases like Lyme Disease can cause your pet extreme discomfort. Lyme Disease is an infection caused by bacteria and it is spread by the bite [...]

5 Tips To Keep Pets Safe This Summer


Sunnier days means more time outside. For our pets that can mean they are susceptible to problems that aren’t around during the cooler months. Skin and ear infections rise during the summer and it’s important we do what we can to keep our buddies safe. 5 Tips For Summer Protect their skin – skin cancer [...]

Teach Your Dog To Come When Called


One of the best tricks to teach your dog is to come back to you when you’re out and about. Imagine your dog slips her collar and runs, stops, and then looks at you – known that she will come back when called will cut down on panic that she’ll keep running or think it’s [...]

July 4th Tips for Pets to Keep Them Safe & Happy


Dogs are sensitive to their environment and anything that seems out of the ordinary can startle them. Noises like a motorcycle revving or a big boom from an empty truck hitting a pothole can make them jump. It can also make us jump. Fireworks tend to make many animals nervous and dogs that are easily [...]

June 26: Take Your Dog To Work Day


Mark your calendar and be ready to get no work done. This year’s Take Your Dog To Work Day is Friday, June 26, 2015 and it is exactly what it says – take your dog to work, show off his strut, his fancy collar, and watch him get loved like he’s a rock star. Before [...]

5 Dog Park Tips


With all this wonderfully beautiful spring weather upon us, trips to the dog park are going to be super fun. More dogs, more play, and more time spent outside are all on your dog’s mind. With all this wonderfully beautiful spring weather upon us, trips to the dog park are going to be super fun. [...]

What If Your Dog Doesn’t Want To Play?

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Part of having a pet is the fun times you share aside from the cuddly moments and daily routines of meals, walks, and other things. But what if your dog doesn’t want to play with you? A study from 2001 noticed that in some instances it’s how we acted that made the dog misunderstand the [...]

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