Does Your Dog's Sleep Position Mean Anything?

Does Your Dog's Sleep Position Mean Anything?

January 26, 2021

At times, watching the way your dog sleeps can be quite hilarious, however did you know that your dog's sleep position tells us a lot more?

 

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Going Back to Work? 5 Tips to Help Your Dog Cope

Going Back to Work? 5 Tips to Help Your Dog Cope

January 19, 2021

During the pandemic, animal shelters and breeders have reported a record peak in the number of adoptions and purchases for pets. These pets have helped make the long months of isolation at home a bit easier to cope. However, because of all the time we spend at home with our dogs, when the time comes for us to head back into the office to work, how will our dogs react when we are suddenly away all day? For some dogs, they may have separation anxieties. So how can we prepare our dogs or help them manage with separation anxiety when the time comes for us to return to work? Here are a few tips.

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6 Practical New Year's Resolution for Dog Owners

6 Practical New Year's Resolution for Dog Owners

January 12, 2021

Have you ever thought that perhaps you aren't the only one who needs to focus on a healthier diet, losing weight, or workout out more? Maybe your dog could also benefit from your new year's resolution! So although we are half way through January already, it's never to late to start and set some practical goals for this coming year for your dog as well. Here are 5 suggestions we've come up.

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Survival Guide: How to Work from Home with Dogs

Survival Guide: How to Work from Home with Dogs

January 05, 2021

Some who have to commute to work every morning may think that working from home is a dream. You can wake up whenever, wear whatever, and work wherever you want to in the house. However, for those of us who actually work from home, it's really not that simple, especially if you want to work efficiently. There can be a bunch of distractions, and one of them may well possibly be your dog at times. So what tips are there to resist the distraction of your adorable dog begging you to play? Here are four ways:

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Signs of Dog Constipation & What to Do

Signs of Dog Constipation & What to Do

December 29, 2020

Just like humans, dogs can suffer from constipation. However, since our dogs can't speak, we have to rely on other signs to help us determine whether our fur buddy is not feeling well. So what are the signs and what can we do to help them?

 

 

 

 

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Have You Been Petting Dogs the Wrong Way?

Have You Been Petting Dogs the Wrong Way?

December 22, 2020

You may think that petting a dog seems so simple. However, did you know that the wrong kind of petting can actually make a dog nervous or scared?

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6 Holiday Foods That Are Dangerous for Dogs

6 Holiday Foods That Are Dangerous for Dogs

December 15, 2020

It's the holiday seasons and along with it, lots of mouth-watering foods. It can be very tempting to spoil your pets with some of the foods from your holiday feast with the family. However, did you know that sharing your food can cause some serious consequences for your dog? Read on to learn about 8 holiday foods that are dangerous for your dogs to eat.

 

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10 Winter Care Tips For Our Furry Friends

10 Winter Care Tips For Our Furry Friends

December 08, 2020

It can be all too easy for dog owners to assume that since their dog has a furry coat, they can tolerate the cold better than humans can. That isn't always the case. Just like humans, the cold weather can be hard on their bodies and they will need a bit of extra care & pampering. Here are ten winter care tips to keep in mind for your fur buds this cold season.

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5 Perks of Having a Dog

5 Perks of Having a Dog

December 01, 2020

Did you know that having a dog not only brings some added fun into the house, but can also do wonders for your wellbeing? So...if you're trying to convince the other family members why they should allow you to get a dog, you can share with them the following potential health benefits:

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Is Your Dog Bored? How Can You Help?

Is Your Dog Bored? How Can You Help?

November 24, 2020

Have you ever wondered if your dog also gets bored? Well they do! If they don't get enough stimulation and exercise, they too can become bored and irritated. It may also depend on the breed of dog, age, and their energy levels. So, what exactly happens when dogs are bored? What are the signs that your dog is bored? And what can we as dog parents do to help?

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How to Help Your Dog to Stop Barking at Other Dogs

How to Help Your Dog to Stop Barking at Other Dogs

November 17, 2020

Does your dog have a habit of barking and perhaps even lunging at other dogs? You could be having a nice peaceful stroll until your dog spies another dog and starts a frenzy of barks and drags your towards the dog. Or you might be at home and then your dog sees another dog out the window and starts another barking fit. This is actually a pretty common behavior problem. So why does your dog bark at other dogs? Are there steps to fixing this behavior problem? Let's find out.

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First Litter: Tips on How to Help Your Dog Give Birth

First Litter: Tips on How to Help Your Dog Give Birth

November 10, 2020

This is the first time your dog is pregnant and you are about the witness her giving birth to her very first litter of pups. It's exciting and at the same time, as a dog parent, it can be quite nerve-wrecking as you may wonder what you need to do to help your dog. Fret not, we've compiled a few tips on how you can assist your dog prior, during, & after the birthing process.

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