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The Life And Benefit Of A Service Dog

The Life And Benefit Of A Service Dog

10 Oct / 2017



Written By: Binita Published In: Dog-Blog Hits: 577 Comment: 0

Service dogs are truly amazing creatures. Trained from the day they are born, they can accomplish many tasks, some equivalent to those of a human child. A service dog can be trained to help people with physical and emotional disabilities. They truly fulfill the role of being your best friend, your guide, and a companion for someone with disabilities. Service dogs are more than just pets; they become an integral part of your life and are emotionally supportive and attentive as well.

Your Dog At Year 1–2!!

Your Dog At Year 1–2!!

09 Oct / 2017



Written By: Binita Published In: Dog-Blog Hits: 838 Comment: 0

Now that your puppy has completed his/her first year, he has reached his final stage of adolescence. As he grows over the years, he will begin to exhibit a change in behavior and will try to establish leadership. He will start to disobey and challenge you daily as it starts to explore his territory and pack. Dogs at this age will also reach social maturity.

Important Tips For Boarding Your Cat Or Dog

Important Tips For Boarding Your Cat Or Dog

29 Sep / 2017



Written By: Binita Published In: Dog-Blog Hits: 544 Comment: 0

Are your boarding your pet this holiday season? Here are some important tips to make sure your furry friend is happy and healthy while they're in boarding. With the holiday season almost upon us, many of us will need to have our pets looked after while we are away. There are several different options available, each with their own pros and cons. The advantage of having your pet stay at a boarding facility is the knowledge that they are being looked after by professionals who are used to caring for animals.

Choosing Soft Toys That Are Safe For Your Pet

Choosing Soft Toys That Are Safe For Your Pet

28 Sep / 2017



Written By: Binita Published In: Cat-Blog Hits: 551 Comment: 0

Buying toys for your pets is like buying toys for your toddler. You need to watch for dangers in every toy, no matter how harmless it looks to ensure your pet’s safety.  Catnip and honeysuckle-stuffed plushies are among the most common and popular toys for cats, and what dog doesn’t enjoy tearing apart a stuffed squirrel or old slipper? Ferrets like to pretend to hunt down stuffed animals three times their size, and conures love to have a “lovie” to snuggle with.
All these soft toys seem harmless enough. After all, what can a plush toy do? However, even the safest-looking toy might harbor a risk to your pet’s health and safety. As a responsible pet-owner, it’s your job to make sure your pet’s toys are safe, just as you would check every toy for a small child.

Separation Anxiety in Dogs

Separation Anxiety in Dogs

25 Sep / 2017



Written By: Binita Published In: Dog-Blog Hits: 489 Comment: 0

Dogs is characterized by destructive behavior when the dog is left alone. This behavior can include barking, howling, destroying household items, digging, chewing and sometimes urination. Some dogs will literally go into a panic and dig at a door or a window to try and escape and find their owner. Typically this is set off when the owner goes to leave the dog at home, and can even start when the dog senses or see small signs that the owner is leaving the house. It is common for a dog with separation anxiety will also respond to the owners return with hyperactivity after a period of being left alone. Some dogs will even follow there owner from room to room to make sure they will be not be left alone.

Bark Collars: Do They Work?

Bark Collars: Do They Work?

22 Sep / 2017



Written By: Binita Published In: Dog-Blog Hits: 541 Comment: 0

Concern about dogs barking is the most common complaint from dog owners, with 35% of owners reporting problems with barking. So what is the best way to deal with it?
The reality is that there is no simple quick-fix solution to this problem, but it can be solved with some strategies at home, particularly by identifying what your dog is barking at and why. The key is to deal with separation anxiety, train your dog to be ‘quiet’ on command and reward quiet behavior and ignore unruly behavior. Before we get on to a look at the various tools that can be used to stop barking, it is important to look at the reasons why your dog may bark. Your dog may be barking at people walking past, for attention, during play, due to anxiety (such as separation anxiety) and due to boredom or as a warning.

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