Around 10% of dogs have allergies, ranging from intolerances to certain types of food to seasonal allergies. These allergies are just as irritating to your dog as they would be to you, so it’s important that you help to manage their condition.
77% of remote employees say they’re more productive when they work from home. However, those who are doing so with the company of their dog may not feel the same way.
The coronavirus pandemic is raging around the world. There are many, many people working from home at the moment, and this has a major impact on your pet’s everyday life, especially if your dog has always stayed at home before while you went to work.
When people think about assistance dogs, it is mostly guide dogs or possibly therapy dogs that come to their minds…
Pet owners know that your furry friend can be a mischief especially when they get bored or want attention. Luckily, there are ways to encourage positive behavior…
I think it would be very useful for many of us to spend some time in a dog shelter for the purpose of personal development. Winter is especially a time when you shouldn’t miss out on this experience, preferably in a shelter where there a lot is needed, and where there’s a lack of both equipment and human help.
It is important to learn how to keep your pet safe during a fire. It’s best to prepare ourselves and our pets because emergencies can happen at any moment, so here are some ways you can keep your pet safe…
Gofree, the small mutt, makes the life of an 11-year-old gluten-sensitive little girl much easier by sniffing out food that is dangerous to her and also by providing emotional support in difficult moments.
It’s always a huge joy when a puppy joins the family. The little puppy-scented fur dumpling wants to play with everything and puts a smile on everyone’s face. This is a beautiful yet challenging period. There are many things a puppy needs to learn at this time: its name, home rules, a few simple commands, and the fact that she cannot pee in the middle of the living room.
In order to teach your dog well and effectively, you first have to figure out what really motivates them. There are dogs that would do anything for a snack, while others become excited from the sight of a ball. If you’re lucky, yours loves both.