Sad dog? It’s normal, it’s September. When the days get shorter and holidays become just a memory. But when kids return to school and parents to work…what really happens to your dog? While you are busy getting back into the routine, your dog may risk feeling left out without you even realising it. (more…)
When a dog won’t eat, it’s normal for a dog parent to get worried. Knowing the reasons in advance can help you to address the issue. Because not acting promptly can be life-threatening for your dog, here are the 6 most common reasons why a dog won’t eat.
Dog smell makes you embarrassed? It’s true, dogs can be smelly, sometimes very smelly. Are you wondering how you could make your dog smell better? Here are 6 ways to make your dog smell better. (more…)
Moving abroad with a pet anytime soon? Put your pet first. It’s true, nowadays pet traveling restrictions are relaxing, making it easier for pet owners to move around the globe with our beloved cats and dogs. But this does not mean you should underestimate preparation.
Lots of dogs eat grass. Sometimes they eat and swallow it; sometimes they seem to just grab and spit it out. Do you also worry about this behavior, asking yourself: Is my dear pup hungry? Bored? Or maybe sick? The fact is that even if your dog enjoys a well-balanced diet, he/she may still go for the green stuff on a regular basis.
Dogs require special treatments as much as we do. But what if one of those treatments considered as “special” turns out to be a necessary hygiene practice? Dog nail trimming, as fancy as it may sound, is not just a beauty treatment, but an action you should perform regularly.
Ever tried hiking with your dog? Being up on a mountain and out in the woods gives your dog the chance to do a lot of running, hunting and exploring. But what if all this freedom becomes a threat? Francesca and Happy have found the answer in Tractive GPS and they want every dog owner to know it.
Yes, dogs consume the strangest things. A nasty sock is a delicacy to your four-legged friend. While you may find it disgusting, it’s actually pretty natural, so you can’t blame him too much for stealing your knee-highs. But you might still wonder why dogs steal socks? Here are 5 reasons why dogs steal socks.
What do you know about grass awns? Probably not enough. Scary as it may sound, grass awns can kill your dog. Because they flourish during summer, you should inform yourself before letting your dog wander in the countryside at this time of the year.