April 2017

Monthly Archives

  • Exploring the Causes of Dog Bites

    Exploring the Causes of Dog Bites

    If a dog bites an individual, many people end up blaming the dog. However, the dog does not have any means of compensating the victim. Because of this, people often have to go after the dog’s owner with the help of a dog bite lawyer to get compensated for their injuries. Dog bites are a […] More

  • Here's What You Should Know about Your Dog's Separation Anxiety

    What You Should Know about Your Dog’s Separation Anxiety

    People always talk about having separation anxiety when their loved ones go on extended holidays or get assigned to work in far-flung areas. But what many don’t realize is that humans are not the only creatures that can experience this feeling. Dogs also develop separation anxiety, and it can become a problem both for them […] More

  • Planning your dog birthday party

    6 Tips For Planning Your Dog Birthday Party

    The key to a successful dog birthday party (as with any other event) is in the preparation. I thought I was slightly obsessed about my annual birthday celebrations for my dog and for many years kept it to myself for fear of being judged as the ‘crazy cat lady’ by my friends, until I found […] More

  • Collie - Rough collie

    Collie – Rough Collie

    Origin Fore Centuries, the collie has b een an outstanding sheepdog. The standard was fixed and the breed was presented at dog shows in 1860. The name collie probably comes from Colley, the black-faced, black-footed Scottish sheep that collies guarded. Description Height: dogs, from 24 to 26 inches (61-66 cm.); bitches, 22 to 24 inches […] More

  • These are the top 5 hunting dogs

    Top 5 Best Hunting Dog Breeds

    When it comes to finding your four legged hunting partner, it can be hard at times cause there are so many different breeds of dogs out there. There are dog breeds that can just hunt one animal or others that can hunt multiple animals. Here is a list of the top dog breeds to help […] More

  • Love your Dog by Keeping Them Safe

    You, as an owner of a dog must keep control at all times.It is extremely important when visiting public places, such as public parks and when traveling short or long distances. Several laws have been put in place on the township, county, state, and country levels regarding dogs and leashes.Many people enjoy allowing their dog […] More

  • Summertime Fun with your dog(s)

    Taking your furry friend camping is so much fun. You can enjoy each other as well as enjoying family and friends. Nature is such a peaceful environment. We have had a summer campsite for over 20 years. Our first dog got to enjoy the friendships of many other pets as well as lots of human […] More

  • Dogs :: The Feelings of A Pet Owner

    Having had pets throughout my childhood and adulthood, I can honestly say that pets give you a sense of satisfaction that nothing else compares to. Choosing an active pet can have multiple benefits. People tend to stay “young” with trying to keep up with their wild activities. They can also give a person a feeling […] More

  • How to Tips To Keep Your Senior Dog Healthy And Happy

    Tips To Keep Your Senior Dog Healthy And Happy

    We care for our dogs because we love them. As they get older, senior dogs will have different care needs. This article provides useful and vital information to help you keep your senior dog healthy and happy. The first thing to think about is, when does my dog become a senior? Generally, giant breed dogs […] More

  • Dogs resemble humans

    Dogs Resemble Humans

    Growing research finds that man’s best friend acts more like humans than canines. This comes as no surprise to dog owners. Dogs can watch television, display jealousy, have empathy, and even read our facial expressions. Their evolution reveals that they have picked up these tendencies from being wolves to domesticated pets. The things that mimick […] More

  • Springtime storms and your dog

    Springtime Storms and Your Dog

    Thunderstorm phobia in dogs is real, not uncommon, and should not be ignored by owners. In most cases, they don’t even grow out of the “being afraid of storms.” It is up to us, as owners, to make sure they are safe during storms. They begin to pace, pant, hold on to us for dear […] More

  • Silky Terrier

    Silky Terrier – video

    Developed by crossings among the skye, cairn, and Yorkshire terriers, the silky is cousin to the Australian terrier. Its standard was first established in 1962 and was updated in 1967. It is also known as the Sidney terrier Description This is a compact but lightly built dog. Average height: 9 inches (22.5 cm.). Weight: from […] More

  • Cavalier King Charles spaniel

    Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

    Origin Same rootstock as the English toy spaniel, greater resemblance to spaniels in paintings of Othe fifteenth and sixteenth centuries than to spaniels of the present day Description Historically the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel was a lap dog and is small for a spaniel, with fully grown adults comparable in size to adolescents of other […] More

  • What Dogs Are More Likely to Be Biters?

    What Dogs Are More Likely to Be Biters?   What Dogs Are More Likely to Be Biters? By Jeffrey S Dawson Some breeds of dogs are bred to be mean, and overly aggressive. Other types of breeds are simply the victims of a bad owner. Most professional dog trainers will candidly tell you that it’s […] More