Dogs are very clumsy, fast and mostly active creatures. They move a lot, don’t pay attention when excited and, most importantly, are unforeseeable. You cannot predict their next move or action, or reaction to be exact.
We are always extremely careful about the food we consume and the nutrients we take to fulfill our bodies’ need to function properly and healthily. Food is very vital for our physical and mental health;
We’ve all heard of all the horrible viruses our beloved pets could catch through many different exposures they are subject to in their day-to-day life. Starting with the tree they sniff on while taking a walk, to practically any object lying around that they try to consume, Keep Reading
Dogs are great life companions and loyal friends that will stay by your side through thick and thin. They are so adorable, we sometimes find ourselves wanting to adopt every dog we see. However, if you already do have a loving pup at home and find yourself thinking of adding another fluffy member to the family, here’s what to consider before taking any further steps:
Thinking about adopting a dog? One of the first thoughts that may cross your mind is the living space. They come in different sizes and shapes, but never less dog-friendly. If you live in an apartment and want to adopt a pup, here’s what you should have in mind:
Mental stimulation is just as necessary for dogs as it is for humans. We give our kids games to pick their brains all the time, like puzzle and chess. You need to constantly awaken new passions and interests for you dog to keep them intellectually engaged and therefore, in a healthy mental state.
The story every pet store seller would try to sell you: their dogs are the healthiest, they’re different and come from great local breeders. The obvious truth is that their statements are mostly false. Think about it: No caring, loving breeder would want to give up their pups to a store.
Some people look for certain traits when getting a pup, others a certain look and some people are concerned with the AKC registration. The AKC registers dogs of pure breeds when puppies are born, and their owner sends a form for recording. However, this whole process isn’t that big deal like people make it seem. Here’s what you don’t know: