A dog has the purest love for everything in its world. They don’t differentiate whether that thing or person is good or bad for them. They see things as one big happy family, and nothing can break their trust in us. That is why preparing your dog for when you leave is so important. Petting… Continue reading Petting Your Dog Before Leaving: A Simple, Yet Effective Way to Bond
Have you ever wondered why your dog behaves differently around different people? It’s an interesting phenomenon that has puzzled dog owners and animal behaviorists alike. This article will unlock the mystery behind dog behavior and discover why dogs act differently around different people. Why do dogs act differently around different people? Dogs are just like… Continue reading Factors Affecting Dog Behavior with Different Humans
We love our cats and we also love our dogs! Whether you have a multi-pet household or you love to take your dog for a walk around the block, you may be wondering why some dogs are prone to chasing cats. If you’ve ever had a dog, chances are you’ve seen them exhibit this behavior… Continue reading Why dogs chasing cats? It doesn’t need to be that way!
When you look at police dogs or K9 dogs that work ward at the police force, you wonder how they are so active and obedient. It makes you love them even more! However, their lives are tough, and it may cause them to be a little more aggressive than regular dogs. But what happens to… Continue reading What happens to K9 dogs when they retire
Your cat has been sniffling and sneezing lately, and you may think that your cat could have allergies. However, you may also wonder if there is a chance that your cat caught a cold. Is that even possible? There is the belief that the cold virus would only affect humans, but the truth is, yes,… Continue reading Can Cats Get Colds? How to Spot the Symptoms
Shiba Inu – Overview and History The Shiba Inu, also known as the Shiba Ken, the Little Brushwood Dog, the Japanese Turf Dog, the Little Turf Dog, the Japanese Small-Size Dog or simply the Shiba, is the oldest, smallest and most popular of all Japanese breeds. Its name translates from Japanese as “small dog.” It… Continue reading Shiba Inu dog breed facts & information you need to know
Ear mites are extremely small parasitic mites, also known as Otodectes cynotis, which can infect the ears of cats. These mites are contagious, and they survive by ingesting nutrition from the cat’s ear tissues and blood. They may also live periodically on the cat’s paws and fur. They can be spread between cats and dogs,… Continue reading Ear Mites in Cats – Symptoms, Causes, Diagnosis
Definition of the Disease Addison’s disease, also known as hypoadrenocorticism, is defined as diminished hormone production from the cortex of the adrenal gland. The adrenal cortex can be damaged by hemorrhage, mineralization or infection, among other things. Addison’s is a potentially life-threatening disorder of the endocrine system which cannot be cured but, if caught early,… Continue reading Addison’s disease in dogs: How to spot, treat and prevent
Rice is often recommended as a food that is safe to give pets. Whether it’s a puppy with an upset tummy or used as a meal filler, rice is plain, tasteless, and easy to digest. It is also cheap and quick to make. All you need is water and a hot stove. However, can cats… Continue reading Can Cats Eat Rice? Know Before It Goes Wrong!
It’s not uncommon for people to make a few mistakes after adopting a shelter dog. If you’re thinking about adding a furry friend to your family, please do your research first. We hope this blog post give you a better understanding of what it’s like to adopt from a dog shelter and how to do… Continue reading Adopting A Shelter Dog? Don’t Make These 10 Common Mistakes