Start Your Pet Traveling At A Young Age
Start your puppy out traveling at the youngest possible age, within reason. With the holidays ending many people have added a new member to their family. And for those that added a young puppy, now is the perfect time to acclimate the pup to traveling.5 Key Training Tips for First Time Dog Parents
Training your dog is one of the first steps in early interaction and bonding between you. Making this effort is part of getting to know your new loved one, and time for him to get to know you. Whether it’s housebreaking, proper dog walking or basic command practice, it’s never too early to start learning tools for teaching your pet necessary skills. Here are some tips on how to train your dog for beginners.How Do I Keep My Dog Warm in the Winter?
As the nights draw in and the weather gets colder, you’ll want to make sure your dog is kept warm during the winter. Whether they have short hair or long, there’s nothing a dog likes more than to snuggle up in a warm place. Don’t forget that walk out in the cold either, some dogs don’t mind the chilly weather but others need an additional thermal layer just like us humans.Golden Retrievers: Best Dogs for Families and Children
Concerned about finding the perfect dog for your kids? I’ll lend some insight on one of America’s most popular dogs.Five Essential Pet Supplies For Your New Puppy
Thinking about getting a puppy? Here are five essential pet supplies you must buy before you bring the latest addition to your family home.Dog Behavior Series 12 – What Are Rendered By-Products in Dog Food?
If you are looking for help treating your dog’s behavioral issues, or just curious about why your dog does what he does, then this Behavioral Series is for you. This segment focuses on what are rendered by-products in dog food. So, what are rendered by-products?Dog Behavior Series 11 – What Is the Best Dog Food?
If you are looking for help treating your dog’s behavioral issues, or just curious about why your dog does what he does, then this Behavioral Series is for you. This segment focuses on what is the best dog food. So, what is the best dog food?Dog Behavior Series 10 – Why Do Dogs Sleep So Much?
If you are looking for help treating your dog’s behavioral issues, or just curious about why your dog does what he does, then this Behavioral Series is for you. This segment focuses on why dogs sleep so much. So, why do dogs sleep so much?Online Dog Training Course
Do you have a dog you want to train? Train properly. I understand. No one wants a dog that misbehaves, chews your shoes, it’s not toilet trained, or is perhaps aggressive towards other animals or people. Having such a dog isn’t good for the owners but also for anyone else that comes into contact with the dog. Training a dog isn’t easy either. Until you know how to do it properly and an online training solution can be very effective.How Do No Pull Dog Harnesses Work?
There are many dog harnesses available on the market today and all are designed to fit around a dog’s torso, which should relieve pressure around the neck area. A no pull dog harness has one or two unique attributes and can help if your dog pulls excessively. Here we take a look at how to use one and when they can be become a useful component of your walking and training regime.5 Ideas for Christmas Gifts for Your Pet Dog
Our pets are as much a part of the family as any human, and Christmas can be the perfect occasion to splash out on a little treat for them too. There is now a large number of pet supplies retailers out there offering a range of Christmas themed gifts for your dog, so you are sure to find something that is ideal for your four legged friend. Our first suggestion for a doggy gift this Christmas is investing in a special advent calendar for your pet. These can not only make for a fantastic decoration, but will ensure that your dog gets a treat every day in the build up to Christmas Day, just like all the children in the household are.3 Good Reasons to Buy a Matching Dog Collar and Lead
When it comes to purchasing the perfect dog collar and lead for our dog, the task can be often overwhelming. There are not only hundreds of different styles on the market, but also a vast range of designs and materials to choose from, leading to a lot of confusion for shoppers. The first things to bear in mind when picking out a dog collar and a lead for your pet include which material is best for them, what kind of design is appropriate for their breed and how you intend to use the lead and collar – for long nature walks in the rain, for training a young dog, or just for a couple of daily walks around the local park.