In both war and peace, humans, especially soldiers have always had a trustworthy, loyal and extremely helpful partner by their side. But that companion wasn’t a dog as you might think. Horses have been helping us with traveling, farming, having fun, competing and even with fighting when a need for it occurred. So, we’ve obviously been together for a long time but have we treated our horses and cared for them as we should have? At most times yes, which doesn’t mean it was an easy and simple task at all.
Looking after your pup can be a really taxing, potentially expensive and definitely non-stop job. Even though it may seem like dogs are largely self-sufficient and don’t need an especially large amount of care, there are actually all sorts of things that you need to do to make sure your friend lives a happy and healthy life. One of the most common sources of discomfort and unhappiness amongst dogs, no matter how well looked after they are, is itchiness. read more
Bully sticks for dogs are popular treats. It can take even the strongest chewer some time to finish off a bully stick. These are a great (and low cost!) natural babysitter.
Even better, bully sticks come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and flavors. You’ll always have something new to keep treat time interesting and fun for your pup. read more
Most people love nothing more than snuggling into bed at the end of a long day. While your dog may seem happy to nap anywhere, most dogs love having their own comfy bed to snuggle into at the end of the day. In fact, choosing the right dog bed to suit your dog’s size, breed, and personality is one of the top tips on how to keep your pet happy. read more
Regardless of how old they get, dogs always remain a pet parent’s little bundle of joy. No parent can see their pooch in an upsetting situation. However, age does catch up in dogs too, making room for degenerative ailments like dog dementia, which can severely affect their mental and physical wellbeing. Therefore, such ailments are better diagnosed early. read more
When you have a new puppy, and take it to the vet for their first shots and check-ups; one of the first things that the veterinarian will tell you is to take care of your new pooch’s teeth. Most of the pet owners don’t pay too much attention to this advice because they think dogs can’t get teeth problems. read more
You’re going for hiking with your friend and are probably wearing comfortable shoes to protect your feet, but then, what about your dog’s feet safety? Here are ideas to keep your dog paw in good condition despite the harsh surfaces.
Dog paws are normally thick and tough. However, this is no guarantee that they can’t get hurt, and just like other animal paws, dog owners need to be cautious of this. By nature, dog’s feet were crafted to endure harsh surfaces, but despite this, pet paws are still highly prone to injury by burns, blisters, sores. Sore pads are usually a common manifestation especially after a long period of hiking, moving through icy and snowy surfaces and walking on roughly cemented surfaces like pavements. read more
They say that having pets can bring a purpose to life.
If you own a dog for a pet, you will most definitely find out that this is true.
After all, the time and effort spent alone in training a pup to potty train and to get regular physical activity can give both you and your dog so many shared moments. You gain patience and discipline from every interaction with them. All these in addition to a fun and playful companionship 24/7. read more
AminAvast is a special formulation designed to support healthy kidney function in dogs and cats.
It is a nutritional supplement created with a unique combination of peptides and amino acids and is backed by clinical studies when it comes to improving the health of your pets within weeks after taking the supplement. read more
Every dog owner’s worst nightmare is that their pooch develops a health problem. If it goes unnoticed for just long enough to turn into something more serious. These illnesses can sometimes do even permanent damage to your furry friend, and of course, treatments can come at a higher price. read more