November 19, 2019

Basic Grooming Tips From A Dog Grooming Professional

Do you have a new puppy or rescue dog and want to learn some basic grooming? Maybe you’re tired of paying groomers and want to try grooming your dog at home. Whatever the case may be, I was a dog groomer for more than 12 years, and now I’m a writer who grooms her dog at home. I have a lot of experience to share, and I hope to help with just the basics here – the all-important when, why, and how – as well as addressing some of the difficulties faced by most people new to the dog grooming […]
November 19, 2019

How To Exercise Your Dog Indoors

Note: Before trying any of these exercise techniques, confirm with your vet that your dog is healthy enough. Also note that some breeds, for example those with short legs, may not be well-suited for activites that involve going up and down steps or obstacles. Dogs need their daily exercise, and even things like it being too cold or hot outside or the days getting shorter shouldn’t get in the way. One of the most important parts of Cesar’s teachings is that you need to walk your dog every day, several times a day no matter what the weather is like. […]
November 19, 2019

8 Tips for Raising the Perfect Puppy

The second you looked at your little fur ball, you were smitten. But while your new puppy may be all licks and cuddles now, it takes work to turn that bundle of love into a perfect pooch. You’ll need to train it, giving it the tools needed to successfully interact with people and other animals throughout its life. Here’s how to give your pooch a great start. Give Your Puppy Some Time According to veterinary behaviorist Meredith Stepita, DVM, DACBV of UC Davis Veterinary Medicine, puppies should not be weaned away from their moms and litter mates until they are eight weeks old. […]

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