Do you find it hard to keep your dog out of your cat’s food bowl? Many owners of both dogs and cats struggle with this. We also have had this problem, as we are owners of a dog and three cats. However, it has been a long time since our dog was able to steal any food from our cat, because we have implemented three of the tips below. And now you can, too.
Increased activity, no doubt, is the single most effective method to treat dog behavior problems. But what does this really mean? Do I have to play with my dog, talk to him, go to the zoo with him? How often should I do it?
Many dogs love swimming, especially if they can do it together with their owners. However, quite typical is the story where you go to a lake (or wherever you swim) only to discover that your dog is afraid of the water. In this article, you are going to learn how to get your dog to swim.
Do you love biking? We certainly do, but one of the best ways to bike, is having our best friends with us. In this article, you are going to learn how to bike with your dog. Safely for you, your dog and other participants of the traffic.
How do you know if your dog is in heat? One of the easiest ways is looking for heat symptoms, however, while they work in most cases, sometimes they may not be reliable enough, or they may not be apparent. In this article you will learn about different ways how to tell if your dog is in heat.
Symptoms of a dog in heat vary throughout the cycle, and recognizing them is crucial if you are an owner of an un-spayed female dog. In this article you are going to learn how to identify the heat symptoms in female dogs.
Should I spay my dog? It is one of most asked questions to veterinaries. Many owners feel huge responsibility when taking this step and they want to be sure if it won’t harm dog’s health and self-esteem.
Is your dog in heat? Or maybe she is about to come in heat? Here’s a list of articles we’ve written about female dogs going through estrous cycle.
Is your dog in heat or is about to go in heat?
We remember a female dog owner coming to a veterinary clinic and asking why her dog is in heat, even though she was spayed some couple of months ago. However, tests confirmed, the dog was in heat again. How is that possible?