Remember when they used to make good music? You may have forgotten, but they actually used to do that very thing. Here’s a list of great songs from the 1970’s that maybe you’ve never heard before, or if you have, your ears will be glad to hear them again. Not all of these are never-released […]
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Aggression is a word that is used to give a description for more than one of your dog’s behaviors. Usually aggressive behavior will begin as a warning. However, it might ultimately lead to an attack, which is why training an aggressive dog is so important. Here are some signs that a dog may be displaying […]
More people are getting pets today than ever before. As a result, the demand for pet insurance has increased as well. With an increasing number of pets living in our homes, it makes sense that more pet owners are thinking of getting medical coverage for their furry family members. However, this comes with its fair […]
Dogs are naturally sensitive creatures, and their owners should be aware of potential allergies that can affect them. If you have noticed signs of allergic reactions in your dog, there may be steps you can take to reduce your pet’s suffering and maintain its health. This article will guide you through some simple steps to […]
If you’re thinking about bringing a new dog into your home, selecting the right breed is crucial for the health and happiness of both you and your new pet. Every dog breed is unique in terms of energy level, size, and personality — all of which can impact how well they fit into your lifestyle. […]
Imagine a hectic day in which you attend back-to-back classes, your teacher complains about your performance, and you are stressed about an unfinished project. But when you come home to your apartment and open the door, your dog charges toward you, thrilled and greeting you with barks and kisses. You will forget all the problems […]
Service dogs: little helpers that make the lives of people with disabilities so much easier thanks to the special skills they were taught to do since they were puppies. And even though service dog handlers can understand the tasks and reasons why their pets are allowed everywhere, for ordinary citizens, it may not be as […]
If your dog has Cushing’s disease, an overproduction of cortisol (cortisone) in the animal’s body, it is essential to refine his or her diet immediately. Your dog’s dietary needs are going to change and it’s important to review what’s good and what’s not. This is a great way to improve their quality of life and […]
Do you travel quite often and have you always had to make arrangements for someone to take care of your dog while you are away? While I am sure that you have people in your life willing to help out with this, I am also sure that those people won’t be able to help out […]
Coco is an eight month old Sheltie. He is high energy, playful, friendly, and loves to play fetch. He enjoys relaxing at the feet of his owner. Submitted by A.F. Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email