By Karen A. Soukiasian The majority dog trainers will tell you training the owner is usually much harder than training the puppy or dog. First and foremost, owners must recognize trainers really are not there to train your dog; we’re there to coach YOU on the simplest methods to train your dog! Seventy-five percent of… Read the rest »
Did you know that there are 11 states that have designated an official state dog breed? Considering how much Americans love their four-legged best friends, it’s actually surprising there aren’t more. These five top dogs were all bred to excel at specific activities, so if you’re looking for a new canine that will not only… Read the rest »
By the Dog Walkers City team Our dogs are considered family members and of course we want them to be healthy. Contrary to popular belief, one does not need to be a veterinarian or animal specialist in order to conduct basic health checks for dogs and by keeping a watchful eye on their demeanor, behaviors… Read the rest »
By Karen Soukiasian How often have you heard, “We got the puppy or dog, to go jogging with me or my…” Many ardent exercise enthusiasts would love nothing more than to work out with their pet. They envision themselves staying fit not to mention sharing adventures and exploring new horizons together. They do not realize… Read the rest »
The moment when you realize that your furry pet refuses to eat can be frustrating and scary. We’ve all been there. Loss of appetite is the most common sign of health issues, but having a pup refuse to eat may also be about a change in routine and environment. Barking Royalty has created this infographic… Read the rest »
By Terry Jester At best, annoying, at worst, peace shattering, noisy dogs can lead to frustration, anger, anxiety and sleep deprivation. Owners of barking dogs often feel powerless to control their pet’s barking. Neighbors just want to have their peace and quiet back.
By Karen A. Soukiasian It has taken the medical profession decades to learn what most dog owners already know. Dogs help improve their owners’ health! Doctors recently recognized, our body releases oxytocin, a stress-reducing hormone when we communicate and interact with our pets. Merely petting our dog lowers our blood pressure.