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Archive for 2009

Guardians

Saturday, December 5th, 2009

You have probably walked by a parked car and seen a dog sat looking out of the window, now if you are anything like me you have said ‘hello’ to the little pooch and the innocent looking angel has turned into a demonically possessed hound! (more…)

Training Rules

Saturday, December 5th, 2009

There are plenty of articles which have been written regarding training our puppies and dogs in the correct way. This article is not so much about ‘how’ to train your faithful friend but rather points to always remember when you are training your dog. (more…)

Dry Skin

Saturday, December 5th, 2009

If your dog develops an outbreak of dry skin and appears to be itching a lot more than normal then the initial step is to work out why the skin is suddenly so itchy. It is vital that you diagnose the problem correctly otherwise through using the wrong treatment you could inadvertently make the problem worse. (more…)

Entertaining Your Dog

Wednesday, November 25th, 2009

If you are regularly returning home to follow a path of destruction with clothes littered across the floors, slobbered over shoes and kicked up carpets then I think it would be wise to say that your faithful friend is bored and obviously this boredom is heightened when he/she is home alone. (more…)

Winter Warmth

Wednesday, November 25th, 2009

Well winter has officially arrived and so has the rain, wind, ice and snow! During this time of the year our dogs require our help to keep them warm and protected from the cold.
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Extra Vitamins

Wednesday, November 25th, 2009

Should you provide your dog with extra vitamins in their diet? This is a topic that seems to raise its head quite often in the canine world and one which seems to cause a lot of confusion to dog owners. (more…)

Sleeping Habits

Thursday, November 19th, 2009

Now hands up all of those people who allow their dog to share their bed with them, now I bet there are a lot of hands raised up in the air!

Right from the beginning of our dog’s life we are advised never to let them up on our bed, we are specifically informed that during the puppy’s initial few nights with us that however much they whine and squeak we must ignore them. Did you do as you were instructed? If you are like me then you will be shaking your head emphatically at your computer screen right about now! (more…)

Choosing a Dog Sitter

Thursday, November 19th, 2009

When you own a dog there is a lot to think about regarding going on holiday other than the normal plans as you also have to take into consideration your dog’s welfare whilst you are away.

A popular choice these days is enlisting the help of a dog sitter; these basically do as their title suggests they ‘sit’ your pooch whilst you are on holiday. You faithful friend can stay in his/her own comfortable surroundings which will help to ease any feelings of anxiety that they might experience with you being away from them. (more…)

Understanding Aggression

Thursday, November 19th, 2009

Now when we acquire a new puppy it is always a brand new beginning and a puppy is akin to a blank canvas with you being the artist painting their behaviour.

We all like to think that we do our very best to raise our puppies the best way and to teach them right from wrong but very few of us are actually doggy experts and we probably inadvertently teach our puppies bad habits. Aggression is very often a problem in dogs and can vary considerably from a mere annoyance to being dangerous. (more…)

Reputable Dog Breeders

Thursday, November 12th, 2009

It can be a bewildering experience when it comes to purchasing your first puppy from a breeder. You obviously wish to ensure that you are dealing with an honest and reputable breeder as this way you can be sure you will obtain a happy, healthy and balanced puppy. What should you look for in a breeder? (more…)