Getting bitten by a dog can be a scary event in someone's life, but it can happen to anyone. Even a calm, well-trained dog may react unexpectedly when he feels threatened or scared. If you're prepared for a worst case scenario, you can react calmly and avoid scarring yourself or your pet in the future. The tips below explain what to do after a dog bite to ensure that you recover in the best way possible.
Senior dogs are still as loving and loyal as younger dogs, but they require a little extra care because of their age. Whether you've adopted a new senior dog or you have had the same pup for 10+ years, there are some things you can do to ensure he is living a healthy, happy life. In the guide below, we will go over how to keep your senior dog healthy so you can enjoy years of bonding and fun with your pet.
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.