Those eyes boring holes into the back of your head while you’re at home? That’s your dog. Staring at you. For what seems to be no reason at all. But, dogs stare for a variety of reasons. Here are eight common reasons your dog may be giving you a long, hard look.
Few things will send a dog skittering in terror like the nail clippers. Even the most easy going dogs don’t love it, and trimming can be stressful for dogs and owners alike. Those nails are technically claws. They’re sharp. The best way to get a dog comfortable with a pawdicure is to start when they are
Bath time. One of the most dreaded phrases in the English language. For dogs, anyway. And maybe kids. Bath time can be stressful for dogs and owners, who end up just as wet as their pets, unless their dog is a very good boy or girl and doesn’t struggle. Even a dog who isn’t prone to
Dogs Need to Brush Their Teeth Too! The American Animal Hospital Association recently released its guidelines for dental care for dogs and cats. Just as for humans, dental care is an important part of your pet’s overall healthcare, and good dental care should begin at home with routine visits to the veterinarian. It’s recommended that pets are
The Pros and Cons of Leashing Your Dog When it comes to exercising your dog, one of the most vital tools in your canine kit is a leash. Whether they are retractable or the traditional kind, leashes can prevent your dog from running away, jumping on people, and keep it safe while you are near roads or
Finding the Right Dog Training Collar for Your Dog There are many dog training collars out there to choose from and each type of collar can serve a different purpose or objective. Your needs and your dog’s needs will help in determining the type of collar you get for your dog. Here are some tips on finding