Being a Dog Owner and Lover, I really Adore Pets and Especially Dogs. I love it when they show Gestures of Love towards you when they come and Jump on you after we return back to our House from Work or Trip. I know Every one of You Loves it. Isn’t it? Dogs are the … Read moreBrain Training For Dogs Review 2020: Is it Just Another Scam?
Having a dog at your home and spending time with him is such a special feeling. Your dog loves you when you arrive back at home from work or any place and when he (Assuming a male) loves you, you feel that there is someone who loves you in this greedy world apart from your … Read moreThe Online Dog Trainer Review 2020 : Is It Just Another Scam?
Dogs are the best friend, and they are loyal and loving pets to humans. It is, therefore, essential to provide the best nutritional food to keep them healthy. By giving good balance, nutrition to the dogs will aid in strengthening the immune system of the dogs. With the help of a proper, nutritious diet, the … Read moreWhat are the healthiest Human Food that Dogs Can Eat?
If you’ve ever dealt with anxiety in your own life, you know how unpleasant the experience is. Now think about what it must feel like for a rescue dog who doesn’t understand why they are feeling nervous, anxious, and fearful. It’s devastating to watch a dog suffer with anxiety as they are unable to relax, … Read more5 Methods for Helping Your Rescue Dog Overcome Anxiety
Getting a puppy is a big step. It’s true that a new, furry member of the family can bring a lot of love and joy to its new home. However, not all potential dog owners realize that a small puppy means big responsibilities. Just like babies, young puppies need special care and attention to develop … Read moreHow to Protect Your Puppy from Future Health Problems
There’s a lot of excitement and anticipation about bringing a new dog into your home! And much like bringing home a new baby, there’s also some prep work involved to ensure the transition is smooth. While most dogs—regardless of whether they are adults or puppies—require similar setups and routines, there are a few things to … Read more5 Steps to Successfully Acclimate A Rescue Dog Into Your Home
You’ve just bought a brand-new furniture set and you’ve set it up in your living room. Fifteen minutes later your dog comes in from digging in the dirt, jumps on your new couch, and leaves muddy footprints all over your new upholstery. How frustrating is that? If you’re struggling to keep your pup off your … Read moreDoggy Dan’s 7-Step System for Keeping Your Dog Off the Furniture
As we dive into part two of my rescue dog series, we’re going to be talking about a very serious issue…aggression. Aggression (toward people and other animals) is one of the biggest reasons shelter dog’s get sent back to their rescue facility. It’s also a reason some people dump their rescue dogs on the side of … Read moreRescue Dog Series Part 2: Putting an End to Aggressive Behaviors
A lot of new dog parents get worried when they observe their puppy pant for the first time. If you are also one of them, I must tell you that Puppy Panting is quite normal and common. Panting helps dogs control their body temperature. Panting is a phenomenon when a dog breathes quickly resulting in … Read moreWhy is My Puppy Panting at Night?
In this fast-moving life, everyone is so busy that they prefer to eat readymade or ready to eat food. There has been a long debate on whether this trend is good or bad for the human body. Gradually, the human beings are trying to transfer this habit into their pet dogs as well. Does this … Read moreCan you Feed your dog with Canned Chicken?