If you own a dog and even if you're getting ready to adopt or buy a new puppy from a breeder, chances are you are aware of a common behavioural issue affecting the canine population. Chewing usually starts during puppyhood as a physiological necessity as a young dog goes through teething. Nonetheless, this can become a (bad) habit if your pet grows into an anxious and insecure animal companion. Keep reading to get an insight in the causes and possible solutions for a dog that chews.
The decision of adopting or buying a new puppy comes with the common “dilemma” of choosing a breed that will suit our lifestyle, family and living situation. With hundreds of dog breeds available from breeders or even animal shelters, new pet owners can sometime be overwhelmed and confused. Welcoming a furry friend comes with many benefits for both the person and the dog but responsibilities and costs are also part of the “package”. Keep reading to get a better idea of how you can pick the most suitable type of dog that will become your best friend.
Breeding dogs has been a passion for people over centuries. The practice of mating selected dogs is considered a science, an “art” and complete devotion to a specific type of domestic dog. Whether you’re simply a pet owner who wishes to breed a single litter or a new breeder with a passion for a certain dog breed there is extensive research you should do and a great deal of knowledge required before pursuing such a responsibility. Breeders must know how to care for a single dog before embarking in the mating process when they’ll have to look after a pregnant pooch and its puppies. This article aims at reviewing the important aspects of the breeding journey.
The Beagle is one of the most popular dog breeds thanks to its size, temperament and overall good health conditions. This article deals with the various aspects of caring for your new Beagle puppy. Whether you are thinking about adopting or purchasing this breed, here you’ll find some useful tips to help you raise a healthy and happy dog.
Dogs are domestic animals selectively bred over millennia by men. There are over 400 recognised dog breeds in the world differing in size, coat colour patterns, physical features and temperament. People continue to select dogs based on the role they will perform alongside them. In this article we provide useful tips on how to care for your new pet once you have decided to adopt or purchase a pooch that will soon become your new best friend.
Dogs are domestic animals that come in numerous breeds created for a variety of purposes. When buying or adopting a dog, we should carefully consider what we are looking for in a pet. For example, some dog breeds are used in the armed forces, others are bred to assist people with a disability while certain types of dogs are used to keep their owners safe. Keep reading to learn useful information on how to choose the right food for your pet.