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Archive for August, 2009

Jumping Puppies

Monday, August 24th, 2009

A cute puppy jumping up is usually considered to be acceptable behaviour mainly because a puppy is small and adorable, when the same puppy grows up to be an adult dog all of sudden the same behaviour is considered to be naughty and wrong. (more…)

Barking Puppies

Monday, August 24th, 2009

Barking is a natural form of communication for puppies just as talking is for you and I, you do not wish to stop this behaviour completely but perhaps simply tone it down a shade or two. Your puppy will bark for numerous different reasons including trying to alert you to the fact that there is something unfamiliar happening and they are not happy or to answer other puppies and dogs. They will also bark if they are excited or playing and, probably the most common reason, to grab your attention! (more…)

Feeding your dog a raw diet

Thursday, August 20th, 2009

The nutrition of humans and animals has changed as life developed and many people feel this should never have happened. Dogs and humans used to eat a raw diet and feeding your dog a raw diet might be the best gift you can ever him. There is an endless list of benefits that a raw diet can have on your pet! Within days you will see a difference in his behavior. (more…)

Introducing a new puppy

Thursday, August 20th, 2009

When you get a new puppy it can be stressful. We tend to worry about our other animals and the new, much smaller one. Will they get along? Will the puppy feel at home and happy? With a few small techniques, chances are you can answer all of these questions positively. You can’t buy a new dog when you are rushed or have limited time to help him or her become familiar with the new home. (more…)

Travelling with your dog

Thursday, August 20th, 2009

If you are buying a puppy then you have made the right decision, a dog is truly man’s best friend.  They are like children in the house and some breeds expect a lot of love and care. They enjoy being with their owner and you will also get quite attached to your new friend. Travelling with your new pet is not a problem at all; a lot of people including a lot of celebrities like Paris Hilton and Britney Spears take their dogs everywhere! (more…)

Dogs and Television

Monday, August 17th, 2009

Have you ever caught your dog glued to the television set? Does your dog seem desperate not to miss the latest episode of its favourite soap opera? Well do not panic as your dog has not turned into a complete nutter addicted to television; if he/she has then they join the numerous other canines across the world who also watch television! (more…)

Yoga for Dogs

Wednesday, August 12th, 2009

People have been feeling the benefits of performing yoga for centuries and now it seems that those benefits can be extended to our canine friends too. Many people have been attending  yoga classes with their faithful pooch at their side, now admittedly at the moment it seems to be the ‘only in America’ scenario but I am convinced this will catch on here in the UK. You do not need to attend classes as doga can be performed in your own home. (more…)

Tail Chasing

Tuesday, August 11th, 2009

Most dogs at some stage in their lives will chase after their tails. Now to you and I this appears to be a pretty pointless exercise, the tail is attached to them so of course when they turn around and around in circles obviously their tail will follow them. You do not have to have a degree to work that one out! (more…)

The Bulldog

Tuesday, August 4th, 2009

The Bulldog traces back to England and they are often confused with the American and French bulldog but it’s not the same dog – they do however have similarities in appearance.  They have a very wide head and broad shoulders with very thick skin folds on the brow and wide set eyes. They normally weigh between 50 – 55lbs and 12 – 14 inches in height. Their drooping, sad lips will melt your heart! The name Bulldog originates from medieval times, the dogs used to attach bulls in the arena combat but in the nineteenth century laws prevented this from continuing. (more…)

Parvovirus infection in dogs

Tuesday, August 4th, 2009

The Parvovirus is a very serious viral disease in dogs and if your dog has not been vaccinated then he or she is at risk and should be vaccinated immediately. The disease is extremely contagious and spread from dog to dog by contact with fecal matter.  This could happen by walking your dogs in the park or at the beach and from there one of your dogs can spread it to the others in your household. Dogs at the park or beach might not be showing signs yet – so you won’t know when your dog is exposed to the virus which is what makes the vaccines so incredibly important. (more…)