Dog shedding is one of the most common problems that every dog owner must face. The problem has become so big, there are literally hundreds if not thousands of dog shedding solutions available on market today. The solutions can vary from a simple vitamin to an expensive robotic vacuum to a dog leotard. All of… Read the rest »
By Karen A. Soukiasian Studies on humans, have shown barometric pressure changes cause numerous physical, emotional, and behavioral changes. They include, headaches, mood variations, and complaints about more aches and pains. Perhaps you, or someone you know, claims they can predict the weather better than the weatherman, simply because you feel changes in your body… Read the rest »
By Nancy Cope Many dogs suffer from spring-time allergies and hot spots each year. Owners often wonder how to tell if their dog is allergic to something. Dogs have skin reactions when allergic on top of watery itchy eyes. So if your dog is scratching too much they could just have an allergy or a… Read the rest »
By Terry Jester Be prepared before you experience a dog-skunk encounter. Stock up now on the items you need to combat a stinky dog. Don’t wait. You may find yourself needing these simple items at 10 at night, 6 in the morning, or just minutes before your mother-in-law comes for dinner.
By Karen A. Soukiasian Puppies and dogs learn by association, consistency and repetition. To acquire the appropriate association, it is up to you, to make it as simple as possible for your dog to make the connection of what you are commanding and the expected behavior. Keep training sessions short, interesting and fun. End them,… Read the rest »
By Karen A. Soukiasian By using the Always Be Consistent — ABC rule — of dog training, you can help your dog learn appropriate behaviors so she can make the right choices. We all want happy, well-mannered dogs. The best way to achieve that is to keep things simple.
National Puppy Day is an ideal day to consider adopting a puppy or dog. But before you do, ask yourself seven questions. Be honest. A pet is a 10- to 15-year commitment and you need to be sure before you bring one into your home. 1. Why do you want a puppy or dog?… Read the rest »