Sworn enemies. Mortal foes. Complete Opposites. Bitter rivals. Those might be some of the descriptions used when it comes to the perception of the relationship between cats and dogs. However, we want to disprove that. Moreover, we want to not just prove that cats and dogs can be friends, but also provide tips as to how you can get your cat and dog to be friends!
Climate is an important issue when it comes to choosing what kind of dog you’re going to get. Certain breeds are better suited for warmer climates, while others are better suited for colder ones. There are several factors to consider, all of which can help you make a better, more informed decision as to which dog fits where you live.
Your dog loves to go out for a walk. We all know it. We all accept it. We all live by it. A lot of dog owners love walking their dogs, too, which works out great for all parties involved. We all know that your dog needs to be walked several times a day, too; however, some people wonder when the best time to walk your dog is. It's a great question, and we are going to help provide some insight.
We all know how much fun it is to go outside with your dog. There are so many things to do, from taking long walks and playing games to watching your dog chase anything they think is worth chasing. However, when it comes to enjoying your time indoors, the options may seem a little more limited. But rest assured that is definitely not the case. And since the onset of the pandemic, when being indoors has become the norm, why not enjoy a great movie with your dog that they will love!
When it comes to what makes a healthy food diet for dogs there is no single answer. Like people, dogs are individuals. That means that the perfect diet for one dog might not be the best diet for another dog, and that’s okay. It just means you have to experiment with what food you give your dog, while paying close attention to what they like and don’t like.
Winter is here. The temperature has dropped below freezing and is set to drop even more. You can see your breath. Your toes and fingers get numb. Your nose and ears turn red. Your nose runs. It feels like the frigid air itself is out to get you. Your dog is feeling all of that, too!
Your dog is no longer a puppy (even though they are probably every bit as cute and energetic as they were when you first got them). With that growth comes a lot of changes. They need a new bed to sleep in, new toys and other accessories. Most importantly however, is your dog needs to transition from puppy food to adult dog food.
Winter is a season where the blues can definitely sneak up on you. But it doesn’t have to be. Why? Because one of the best ways to enjoy yourself in the winter is to have fun with your dog, who also happens to be looking forward to enjoying the season with you, too.
The immune system of dogs plays a vital role in their health and longevity. While this is common knowledge among pet parents, what many fail to realize is that about 70% of a dog’s immune system is composed of a thriving microbiome which consists of microbes that are both helpful and potentially harmful in the gastrointestinal tract.