Have you ever wondered why your dog likes to lean on you? It’s not just because they love physical contact (though that’s definitely part of it). Turns out, there are a few scientific explanations for why dogs lean on their humans. Dogs lean on humans for a few reasons: They ask for food or petting,… Continue reading Why do dogs lean on us?
In this article, I want to share one less-known product that can help promote blood clotting and healing of wounds – styptic powder. Have you ever found yourself in one of these situations: – Your cat gets a little too enthusiastic with its claws during playtime – You misjudge the angle while trimming a dog’s… Continue reading How does styptic powder work
Mistake #1: Punishing a pet during playtime. Your pet can bite, scratch, or jump on you while playing. It’s not the sign of aggression but the way your pet shows its excitement and engagement. When punishing a dog or a cat during the playtime for such behavior, you’ll either trigger real aggression or discourage your… Continue reading 6 Mistakes you make when playing with pets
What factors do owners need to consider when choosing a dog food delivery service? While most owners choose dog food delivery services because it saves time and helps to organize a pet’s diet, their convenience and affordability is not the only factor to consider. I’d recommend checking their food options and comparing them to traditional… Continue reading 3 Questions on Dog Food Delivery Services Answered
1. Are some dog breeds friendlier than others? The certain dog breeds have genetic predispositions that guide their behavior. Golden retrievers, beagles and English bulldogs are well-known for their affiliative (friendly) behavior. However, there’s a popular myth that your dog is 100% pure-bred. If you want to truly understand your dog’s behavior, you should do… Continue reading 10 Fun Questions About Dogs Answered
All the volunteers should take a responsible approach fostering a dog – it’s not a toy to keep yourself entertained during the social distancing. And furthermore, fostering during coronavirus pandemic is even a more complex task than ever before. I hope my tips will help the readers make an informed decision. Step1. Think twice before application… Continue reading What do I have to do to foster a dog?
I never recommend my clients to let their dogs sleep in their beds. Dog’s saliva, urine, and feces may contain a number of zoonotic infections. And they will inevitably get into your bed. Hence allowing the dog to sleep with you may lead to a huge spectrum of accidents. Reason 1: Lethal diseases Dog is… Continue reading Is it a good idea to sleep with your dog?
There’s still no evidence that pets can carry COVID-19. However, there is no proof of the opposite. This is why all responsible pet owners should take preventative action. We should avoid taking the pets to the groomer, wellness vet visits and even taking them for a walk. Even if your pet won’t be infected, it… Continue reading How to care for your pet during Covid-19
Dogs have been around humans for many ages. We understand many things they do, but yet many things remain mysterious. Chewing toys on your lap is one of those things! Some dogs love to carry their favorite toys with them. They chew these toys to stay calm while you are busy. Your dog may get… Continue reading Why Does My Dog Chew Its Toys on Me?
First of all, I want to share my story with you: So basically what happened was about three weeks after I read The Secret, I didn’t know the law of attraction before this, my dog and we were taking my husband and I were taking her on a walk with our other dog and she… Continue reading The best way to find a lost dog (when anything else did not work)