A bored dog equals an unhappy dog. And you surely don’t want your furry pal to feel miserable. The good news is that you don’t need too much effort to make him happy. There are some really awesome ways through which you can turn your bored dog into an enthusiastic pup in literally one moment.
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Getting a pet sitter for the day keeps your mind at ease for several reasons. And when it's raining outside, they ensure your dog gets everything he needs.
The discussion on chocolate poisoning in dogs has been around for years. Here is some helpful information regarding the dogs vs. chocolate topic.
Chewing objects is a normal way for both puppies and dogs to explore the world. Provide your dog with appropriate chew toys and encourage him to use them.
When our furry companion becomes a senior dog, the care must be doubled. They are more sensitive and susceptible to numerous diseases such as arthritis and Alzheimer’s, as well as depression and numerous behavioral changes. Among the care is in relation to the setting. When your pet is old, another problem is with regard to its food. Good food and healthy dogs have always been synonymous. So, getting the best dog foods for your senior dog is a good way to preserve it at this wonderful age. read more
Hey! My name’s Valerie, and you’ll often catch me writing about dog-related topics on Officiallypets.com!
Every dog owner likes to buy gifts for their pooch, and most dogs end up with their own toy box full of playthings. Often these toys need to be thrown away because the dog has chewed them. Perhaps the stuffing is coming out, and the ears have been ripped off. Sometimes the toys are left unsafe for a dog. No surprise then, that dog owners are always on the lookout for toys which are almost indestructible. Certainly, we all want toys that our dogs simply cannot destroy. read more
Hiking is a great way to shake off stress out your system and get yourself a good workout. But when your dog tags along, your outdoor experience gets even better!
Dogs are the perfect hiking partners because they are actually more excited to get out in the woods than you are. They love to climb on boulders, leap over brooks, run up a dirt trail, and gain a new battery of smells and sights. Witnessing your dog’s energy and sheer enjoyment directs you away from the physical exertion involved in hiking. It only motivates you to go farther! Not to mention the breathtaking sceneries you’ll see along the way. read more
You open up your local newspaper to see a breathtakingly adorable ad about a new litter of puppies on sale in your area! Captivated, you call the breeder immediately and set up a time to meet at a local dog park. Perfect! The next day, you receive your new furry best friend. read more
Hello, my name’s Valerie, and I am the proud owner of a Clumberdoodle called Bentley. While I love walking with my furry friend, it occurred to me that there are several times during the year when I think we could have more fun. You can also read some of my articles on OfficiallyPets. read more
These are actual conversations I have with our 1.5-year-old English Shepherd, Daisy. Note, I am interpreting Daisy’s barks, expressions, and intonation. But these are all true!
The Deer Hunter
(Daisy jumps up on the door)
Daisy: Get out of my yard deer!!
Daisy: I do not like this one little bit! Out!! Out!! Out!!!! read more