Using A Dog To Teach Your Children Responsibility
Should you get a dog to teach your children responsibility? Getting a dog IS a big responsibility for anyone or for any family. There are many things to consider: who is going to feed the dog? Who’s going to walk him or clean up after him? Who’s going to groom and bathe him? Will you and the rest of the family have time for the dog? If you work and your kids go to school, when will you make time for the dog?The Business of Dog Walking
Dog walking as a business is very popular in many areas, especially in towns and cities where people can’t get home in the afternoons to let their dogs out. Dog walking appeals to many young people who may have some extra time on their hands and who are in good physical shape for walking dogs.Training Your Dog With Praise and Correction
Although training your dog with praise and reward is very popular right now, there is still an important place for training with praise and correction. This article will give you some ideas.10 Things You Should Know About Your New Puppy
Just about everybody loves a puppy. What’s not to love? Okay, maybe there are a few things — like accidents in the house, chewing your things, nipping… Here are a few things that you should know about your new puppy:How To Care For A Geriatric Dog
Growing older is something that happens to all of us, and that includes our dogs. It may seem like it was just yesterday that you brought home a bouncing ball of fur who was trying to chew your shoes but today that puppy is a senior dog. It’s important to provide some extra love and care for your older dog to make him comfortable and happy.