Archive for May, 2017

Summer time is an awesome time to make sure that you’re having a great time. It’s also a great time to get out and have fun with your dog. If you have little experience with it, it’s actually also really important to make sure that your dog gets out and socialized with other animals and humans. This will reduce their aggressiveness and make sure that they’re used to other people and animals, so that meeting new people isn’t as intense. It’s a great way to ensure that your dog has a long and healthy life, too, because exercise is important, especially in bigger dogs with lots of energy. If you’re looking for great ways to get outside with your dog this Summer, this article is the right place for you.

    Dog parks are great places for dogs to get to socialize with other dogs. Doing a bit of research to see if you have one near you, and preparing your dog beforehand by teaching them simple commands like “sit, stay, and come” are all great ways to ensure that your dog has the best time they can without getting into too much trouble. It’s also important to make sure that you have your dog on a leash the first couple times that you take them to the park, just so that they can get acclimated to the atmosphere, and aren’t too worried. Remember to keep an eye on your pup, because you don’t want them to end up in a fight or doing something you could have otherwise stopped if you had been paying attention. Read the rest of this entry »

If you consider yourself a dog lover, you need to know some tips on how to make sure your dog is in good health and still does not feel any physical discomfort. And if that is the case, you should know what to do since dogs do not know very well how to express what they feel. You, as a human being, must be very careful about how they feel, how they act and how they respond to certain situations.

One of the things that many dogs can experience pain in the joints is. Joint pain in dogs are very common, especially if your dog is already five or older. During this step, they are very prone to joint pain and other types of diseases. And so, you must be very careful and vigilant. Usually, it is canine arthritis that causes joint pain in dogs. And it is often caused by inflammation of the joints. As your dog ages, they degenerate and can be very prone to infection. So to help determine whether or not your dog know the common paint, here are some tips: Read the rest of this entry »

Beginning the activity of cutting your dog’s nails is not an easy task to achieve. It takes a lot of patience and hard work. The nail-cut exercise begins with the establishment of the dog on the floor on its side. Wrap the strap around your jaw like an improvised muzzle. It becomes a very stressful process so the first thing you need to do is start with the desensitization process and touch your feet for a few minutes every day.

Attack legs touch toes, scan toes, nails Touch and hold foot. Do it regularly for about two weeks. After the desensitization process finishes, massage the puppy or a scratch in your favorite places. Once this was done and shaken, add cutters. She let him sniff the clippers and touching her legs and feet with them.

Then caress your nails using the lawn mower. You have to do about a week. After each session with a massage. Then start putting the dogs’ nails into the jaw of the mower. Keep the foot in such a way that it would be ready to cut the nail. Once the desensitization process is over, it is time for action. Clip a single nail first. The dog may growl, yell and behave unevenly. If he looks annoying, scratching his neck or in his favorite spot and he will calm down. Cut a nail each day. Read the rest of this entry »

Just like many dog ​​owners profess a rescue dog is one of the most satisfying canine options. However, bringing home any dog ​​is an important decision and one that should be considered carefully. Schedules must be adjusted and expenditures such as food and veterinary care added must be taken into account in the household budget. This has the potential to create a lot of fun and company, but also a certain level of disruption. Here are some important tips to keep in mind during the selection process.

Decide on the best type of dog

A visit to a shelter will quickly reveal that dogs come in all shapes, sizes and colors. This will help to reduce the choice if the reasons for a dog are highlighted. Is the hope that the dog will be a recovery partner? Were they going to do a lot of hiking and outdoor activities? Are children part of the equation? All of these are factors that must be considered before going to a shelter. Just be prepared so that everything can fly out the window with a look of love those puppy dog ​​eyes. Read the rest of this entry »

Norfolk terriers, like all terrier breeds were bred to hunt harmful animals and eliminate stables and farms in the English countryside. This instinct can happen anytime, so it is best to keep your Norfolk in an outdoor lease. While the prey instinct may not be as pronounced on this dog as other terriers, it is still a terrier. These dogs are very fast and fast, so they can escape quickly. Be terriers, who are prone to digging, however, are not as pronounced as with other terriers. If you provide some vigorous exercise for 30 minutes a day and then an additional set of playing for a couple of 15-minute sessions each day, your exercise needs are met. Meeting the exercise needs of the Norfolk Terrier will help reduce digging and barking entertainment. Despite the short stature of the dog, it is not likely to be a small dog “barker”. They bark to alert people and animals, but they are not too vocal. This makes a good apartment life, however, remember the exercise requirements! Read the rest of this entry »