Crate Training From a Dog’s Perspective
Often dog owners think of dog crates through human eyes. This initial hesitance is amplified when the dog shows signs that it is not used to the crate. Rather than give up, let’s take a moment to try to understand the dog crate from a dog’s perspective.Italian Greyhounds: Possibly the Best Dog Breed That Exists
Italian Greyhounds might be the most lovable, energetic, sweet, happy, and adorable of dog breeds that exists today. While they might be expensive and difficult to potty train, IG’s quickly snuggle their way into your heart where their warm little masses remain ’til the end of their days.How to Choose a Reputable Bulldog Breeder
When you decide that you want to get a Bulldog puppy, you will have many choices as to where you can go to in order to get your puppy. If you want a purebred bulldog as a pet, you will want to go to just one place: a responsible and reputable breeder. Pet shops usually source their puppies from puppy mills so you definitely want to stay away from that!Your Dog’s First Responder
In an accident can you act as first responder to your injured dog? I spent years working for a company with the motto that there are no accidents; all accidents can be prevented. I don’t share that sentiment now and I didn’t share it when I worked for them, even though as a manager I had to act as if I did. Accidents do happen! But with proper training and preparation, the accident may not have to be a tragedy involving loss of life.Kerry Blue Terrier: Low Allergen Pet
The Kerry Blue Terrier was originally developed in Kerry, Ireland as a hunting and working dog to control vermin, herding cattle and sheep, and as a guard dog for the farms. This medium sized dog (20 – 30 pounds and 17 – 19 inches tall) is now used as a service dog in some areas and as a family pet. The Kerry Blue Terrier does not shed much, so it does make a good low allergen pet.