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Archive for September, 2010

Puppy Play

Friday, September 24th, 2010

Puppies, like most youngsters, love to play and it is a vital part of their learning process. Your cute bundle of fluff can be taught so much through play sessions and it is the perfect opportunity for the two of you to form a loving bond with one another.

So what is the best type of play for a delicate puppy? For one thing forget the ‘delicate’ bit as believe me most puppies are anything but delicate when it comes to play! If you watch a litter of puppies you will notice that a lot of the interaction between them is carried out via their teeth and basically ambushing each other.

So Many Breeds

Monday, September 20th, 2010

With so many varying breeds of dog around it is difficult to decide which one will be the right one for you and your family, it is a decision which needs to be taken seriously as hopefully your canine chum will be with you for a long time.

I think one of the initial thoughts should be concerning the dog’s size and looking at this in relation to the size of your property. Welcoming a Great Dane into your life when you reside in a small one bed roomed flat would be a challenge and having a petite Yorkshire Terrier join your household in a mansion would be great for the dog with all that room but you could easily home a bigger breed if you so wished.

The Shy Dog

Friday, September 10th, 2010

Owning a shy dog can certainly be a challenge and involve a lot of hard work on both the owner’s and the dog’s part. Coupled with the challenge though is a massive sense of reward when your meek and mild faithful friend faces the world with a newly discovered sense of courage.

Fearful canines come in all shapes and sizes and it is not just the smaller breeds which can display shyness, some of the little dogs such as Chihuahuas and Yorkshire Terriers can have nerves of steel whilst a big and sturdy Rottweiler could be as timid as a mouse.

One or Two?

Wednesday, September 8th, 2010

Many people wonder whether two dogs are better than one and to be honest there is no simple answer to this as it depends on individual circumstances. If you are considering acquiring two puppies at the same time then ensure you think about all the work involved first.

Puppies are a lot of hard work and take considerable time and patience, one little bundle of fluff is hard enough but add another one to the equation and you literally have ‘double trouble’!