When choosing treats for your dog, you should consider the ingredients more now than ever before. Not all dog treats are created equal and your dog doesn't really care what's on the package – so it is up to you to read, research and choose sensibly.
Whether you just got your first dog or you're a seasoned pet owner, there are some unwritten rules dog owners are expected to abide by. Understanding basic dog owner etiquette will ensure that your friends, your family members, and passersby have a good experience when your dog is around. Follow these simple tips for dog etiquette to keep your pet on his best behavior.
Which dog treats are right for your pet? The answer varies from one dog to the next based on age, breed, activity levels, and more. There is a reason why dog treat aisles are so large nowadays. It's because so many different dogs have so many needs when it comes to treats and dog food as a whole. This guide offers tips for dog treat selection so you can pick the perfect snack for your dog.
Pet shedding is a common problem around this time of the year because the weather is starting to warm up. Your pet built up a thick fur coat to keep himself warm over the winter, and now it's time for him to let it go so he can get through the warm summer months. If you have a pet that sheds a lot, you may feel overwhelmed with the amount of hair in your home. This guide explains five ways to control pet shedding so you can keep your house as clean as possible.
There are many reasons why dogs bark – fear, intimidation, confusion, communication, etc. While it may be appropriate for your dog to bark when a potential intruder comes to your home, it's not as appropriate for him to bark at everything you pass by during your daily walk. Luckily, there are some techniques you can practice to control your dog's barking so you can take him out in public. Read on to learn how to train your dog to stop barking.
Puppies are everywhere around this time of year, which means there is a good chance you have a new member of the family to train and love. Much like parents preparing for their first child, it's important for you to understand the different development stages to come with your growing puppy so you can be ready for them. There are several different stages of puppy growth, and each stage comes with its own set of obstacles to overcome. Here is an overview of what you can expect with your new puppy.
Dog obesity is a serious problem in America that leads to numerous health issues and shortened lifespans. It's just as important to maintain a healthy weight for your dog as it is to maintain a healthy weight for your own body. If your dog is overweight, you may need to change his diet and exercise routine to get him back on track. Here are some fitness tips for fat dogs to help your dog get into shape.
Some dogs are stubborn, picky eaters, just like some humans are. Others dogs eat just about anything you put in front of them. If you are getting frustrated trying to feed your dog's picky appetite, there are some tricks you can try to get him to eat more. Here is a guide for feeding finicky dogs.