NOTE: If your dog has already eaten chocolate and is exhibiting unusual behavior, call your local vet or animal hospital now. If you do not have access to one, call the ASPCA poison control line at (888) 462-4435 - a $65 fee will apply.
We have all heard that chocolate is bad for dogs and is the one food item that you sh...Read More
Many dogs are afraid of vacuum cleaners. They either try to fight it by barking and being noisy or they take flight and try to find a place to hide. But why are they so scared of vacuum cleaners and what can you do to help your dog get over this fear?
Why Vacuum Cleaners Are Scary
Put yourself in your dog’s paws for a few moments. You ...Read More
We listen to it in the car, at work, in the store, at home, and pretty much anywhere we go. Music seems to find its way into our lives pretty much everyday. Music is important to us humans. It can make us happy and relaxed.
Music and your pet
But did you know that your dog is also soothed by music? In recent years, many studies (and animal s...Read More
You take the good, you take the bad, you take them both and there you have...man’s best friend. When you become a dog owner for the first time you realize what responsibility means. It can be a chore taking care of a dog. Of course, it is also a great experience and one that not many dog owners would trade for anything.
Taking care of ...Read More
It seems one of the most irritating sounds in the world is a dog’s constant whine. Sure it can be cute at first, but after awhile, it can really test your patients.
Dogs whine for a few reasons including, but not limited to wanting attention, to get something from you, because they are in pain, or when they are left alone.
If your ...Read More
There are many places where you can leave your dog in case you have to go out of town. We understand that your dog is a huge part of your family and no matter what pet you have you need to be sure that they are safe, secure and happy when you leave them on their own. Since very few pets can take care of themselves on their own, yo...Read More
Have you ever noticed any behavior in your dog and wondered why? Well you are in the right place. We will be exploring a variety of doggie behaviors and what causes each type.
Licking is usually a sign of affection or attention. Dogs will lick each other’s faces to show submission or to groom each other. Licking may mea...Read More