If you’re thinking about bringing a dog to your home, one of the things that you have to consider is that your house and your garden should be safe and pet-friendly.
Dog owners know the feeling of heart-brokenness when you´re forced to leave your dog behind at home or at a dog kennel because the national park where you are planning to hike doesn’t allow dogs on the trail. The face of dejection and anxiety your dog puts on as you drive away can take you for a guilt trip.
HOW TO COPE WITH THE GRIEF OF LOSING YOUR DOG [ Note – If you’ve already said “goodbye”, please click here to scroll down to your part of the process. ] Preparing to Say Goodbye to Your Dog… It’s never too early to start planning
HOW YOU SHOULD FEED YOUR DOG One of the first things I ask new clients is how often they feed their dogs. Many people do not understand how you should feed your dog. Most people feed their dog twice a day and the dog gobbles it up.
HELP FOR BLIND DOGS Muffin’s Halo For Blind Dogs offers help for blind dogs. They sent us one of their devices to try out with Kompis, whose cataracts have gotten progressively worse over the last few months, and now she’s almost completely blind. Between her blindness &
HOW TO HELP YOUR SENIOR DOG My dog, Kompis, is only 12.5 years old, but is already blind and quite senile. It’s sometimes difficult to figure out how to help your senior dog. I’ve been capturing some of our struggles and joys in pictures and video
Keeping Your Dog Safe And Happy During Winter Months Special thanks to our guest blogger, Janice Miller of Safety Today.* With a coat of thick fur and a bundle of energy, most dogs enjoy wintertime and the endless play possibilities it brings. Bigger breeds enjoy