People make many mistakes during the training period of their dog. One of the most common ones is to expect too much from their dog. (more…)
Archive for December, 2008
You might think that owning a dog is the right thing to do. Perhaps you have weighed up all of the options and thought it through and are now ready to welcome a canine chum into your life. (more…)
You have probably noticed that your dog is a territorial creature, likes and defends his / her own patch of land. Now introducing another animal to the equation is not always an easy task. (more…)
The word ‘BARF’ is actually an acronym and means Biologically Appropriate Raw Food or Bones and Raw Food. (more…)
Christmas is nearly upon us once again. Excitement and anticipation hangs in the air for the children and there is a general feeling of happiness everywhere. (more…)
Training your dog is important not only for your dog’s safety but also for your dog’s quality of life. There will be times when you feel like giving up, times when you feel that your dog is not paying the slightest bit of attention to you. (more…)
The faithful dog has been a wonderful companion for centuries now. Most people have their favourite breed and this appears to vary with age. When choosing the dog that will be your loving and loyal friend for the years to come you have to be sure that you select the breed carefully. This is paramount for the elderly.
By ‘magic mutts’ I am not referring to dogs that can vanish in a puff of smoke or dogs that can produce white bunnies from hats, no I am referring to the party tricks that owners can teach their dogs to perform.
When it comes to selecting a breed of dog that will suit your children it can prove to be a tough decision to make. You obviously need to do a fair amount of research prior to choosing.