featured image by @patchbulldog Calming your dog stress and anxiety? Difficult, it may seem. Possible? Of course... You’re a dog parent and comes with it is a responsibility to maintain the health and well-being of your pet. Understanding how serious stress indications can be one major factor you have to consider knowing that it’s a
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Traveling with your puppy is a real challenge for many owners. And the reason is very simple – dog travel anxiety. Yeah, it can be a real killjoy. Of course you want to take your puppy out on a fun drive. But it’s anything but fun when your pup is being sick in the car
Potty training your dog is one of the biggest items on an owner’s to-do list…whether you’ve got yourself a brand new puppy, or are merely moving into a whole new neighborhood for your dog to get used to. And guess what’s inevitably synonymous with potty training? That’s right. Accidents. And lots and lots of cleaning
There’s nothing lovelier when your dog tries to play with you as an expression of affection. However, there are moments when dogs are in heat or some other reasons that make them aggressive. This may not always be an issue that’s easy to overcome but can be resolved. How to calm an aggressive dog then?
Is your dog peeing on the carpet? At a loss how to stop the habit? Looking for ways to get rid of the stain and odor? Look no further… If your dog is peeing on the carpet, it can be a really persistent and frustrating problem on your hands. Especially if you’re a new owner
Dog anxiety can be a really difficult thing to deal with. For new owners, this might be an entirely new concept. Yes… Dog anxiety exists. And it’s painful to watch your little puppy wear himself out going hyper with anxiety. But imagine being in his paws as he’s alone all day while you’re away at
Shrimp can be as appealing to dogs as it is to humans. But can dogs eat cooked shrimp? Many dog owners wonder if dogs can safely eat shellfish like shrimp. The short answer is yes. Dogs can indeed eat shrimp. In fact shrimps are actually good for your pup and provides some tangible health benefits.
Cleaning the house is probably the most challenging task for most of us. On top of that, if you have a naughty pet dog, there’s no question! It’s normal to find their fur and toys around the house, but it’s very unpleasing to have found their urine stains and odor while cleaning, especially carpets, *ugh*.
Have you found your dog scratching her year a little too much lately? Or exhibiting discomfort in her years in any other ways? Tilting her head to one side constantly? She may have a yeast infection of the ear. And, yes, you need to get it treated asap. It’s not something to worry too much
featured image by @bulldogs194 You don't always run towards other people's Bulldogs or even a new dog that you bought from the pet store, do you? Common sense dictates that you should always be cautious when dealing with dogs especially those ones that you haven't established mutual trust yet. Most Bulldogs are great with kids,