Every dog, large and small, loves to be put on a leash and be taken for a walk each day. It’s crucial for a pet owner, however, to maintain discipline over their pooch and ensure that they walk the dog rather than allowing the dog to walk them.
Your dog gives you love, affection and loyalty, but he may also sometimes leave you other things that you don’t like quite so much – odors and stains. Accidents happen sometimes, and knowing how to clean up the mess and remove the odor can go a long way to keeping your human-and-canine household running smoothly.
Choosing a veterinarian can take time. You should put in just as much effort as you would finding a doctor for yourself or your child. The vet may need to save your dog’s life one day and will make decisions that have a strong impact on your pet’s health and wellbeing. What do you need to know before choosing a veterinarian for your dog?
Dogs have an amazing ability to capture the hearts of just about anyone. Even the most famous and wealthiest among us are susceptible to their charms. That’s why we occasionally hear about mind-bogglingly generous inheritances left to four legged heirs.
Poodles are one of the most adorable dog breeds, but what really makes people fall in love with them is their great personality. These dogs are smart, loving, sensitive, and energetic. Training them properly, however, is the key to having a well-adjusted pet.