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Dog fights: Top 3 reasons

A dogfight can be a headache for any pet owner. On most of the occasions, the dog owners find it difficult to understand whether their dog is fighting or playing. As a dog owner, it would be hard for you to understand when to step in and to hinder further interaction between dogs. Ability or... Read more »

Why desexing your cat is a good idea

Felines are active and efficient breeders. The fact that cats can be pregnant when they are as young as four months and can produce at least three liters per year is startling. In numbers, a cat can give birth to around 180 kittens in her lifetime. These statistics makes sense when you consider the number... Read more »

Short nosed cats: special care tips

Cats, especially brachycephalic cats have adorable personalities and calm character. This is something that makes them popular among the other pets. However, medical issues with brachycephalic cats make them require special care and attention. Brachycephalic cats are easily recognizable as some of the characteristic features are short muzzles, smushed face and protruding eyes. In recent... Read more »

Puppy preschool benefits

Puppy preschool program is the best option to make them blend into the society in addition to ensuring their future well being. Puppy preschool programs are usually available for puppies aged 8 to 16 weeks. As per the experts, this is the crucial time where puppies learn to socialize. As a dog parent, it is... Read more »

Dog walking tips: Loose lead walking

You always see dogs dragging their owners down the street or in the parks. As a dog parent, who wouldn’t love to train their dog to walk on a loose leash? Dog loose lead walking is a challenging task. There is this good old strategy of standing still like a tree when your dog is... Read more »

Canine cancer: what to look out for

Dogs over the age of 10 are more vulnerable to cancer. Ironically, the same is considered to be one of the leading causes of deaths in canines. However, cancer is not the end of hope in all the cases. The concern is curable and early detection is the key. As a pet parent, there are... Read more »

Tips for choosing a brachycephalic dog breed

Tips for choosing a brachycephalic dog breed

Brachycephalic dog breeds are long known for all the right and the wrong reasons. The smashed-in face that gives them a cute and cuddly look is something that earns them the spotlight. However, the fact that this dog breed is associated with breathing issues and other health risks from birth is ironic. Pet parents decide... Read more »

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The advantages of breed specific nutrition

Most of the present day dog parents struggle to find or plan the right diet plan for their pooch. As an informed dog owner, you should know that each breed has unique nutritional requirements. It is also vital to understand that satisfying these requirements is so crucial when it comes to bringing out different results... Read more »

short nosed dog sleeping in bed

Should you let your dog sleep on your bed?

Co-sleeping with dogs is a highly debated issue. There are pet parents who will merrily share their bed with the dog. However, a majority of the pet parents loathe the idea of co-sleeping with dogs. As a dog parent, if you are unaware of whether to co-sleep with your dog or not, it is always... Read more »

Dog ageing: Identify the signs

Caring for a senior dog is always an overwhelming task. However, identifying the signs of ageing or determining when your senior companion needs that special attention can be more challenging. There are several factors that influence ageing in dogs. For instance, size and life span of the dog can vary when it comes to determining... Read more »