The number of overweight and obese pets is steadily increasing worldwide. In most cases, obesity affects a pet’s quality of life and can lead to a number of serious and potentially life-threatening conditions. To keep your pet healthy and happy, you should pay special attention to his/her physical condition and body weight with the Body Condition Score.
Most dogs are great swimmers and love nothing better than doing it for pure pleasure. However, some dogs are more careful around the water, or even afraid of water. In some cases, it could be because their only experience with water up to that point has been a bath.
Are you soon going on summer holiday? Are you counting down the days till you can hit the beach or the pool? If you have one of these dog breeds, you four-legged friend may be right there with you, ready to jump into the water. Here are 7 dog breeds that absolutely love the water.
Unlike cats, most dogs like to jump into the water. Some dogs are quite good swimmers and know their way around the wet stuff while others are more careful. If you want to introduce your dog to the water: take care! There are many mistakes you should guard yourself against.
As a dog owner, you have to follow certain rules, laws and prohibitions. It is your responsibility to manage your pets’ behavior and follow the rules of etiquette. Therefore, it is important that you, as a responsible and conscientious dog owner, set a good example for other pet parents. Keep these 8 important rules in mind to help your dog to get along with others.
We always want to make sure our dogs are as happy and healthy as they could be, because a happy dog is a friendly and more lovable member of your family. Here you’ll find 5 easy steps to make your dog happy.
It is summer and we love it! We can spend a lot of time outdoors with our four-legged friend while enjoying the warmth of the sun. But, with summertime comes hidden dangers and an increase in accidents and injuries. By following these simple guidelines, you can ensure you keep your dog safe over the summer.
Let’s face it, dogs make people smile, give positive energy and make the day a whole lot more enjoyable. Business leaders know that happy employees equal increased productivity, so more and more companies actually allow dogs in the office. Just because your company doesn’t currently allow pets in the office doesn’t mean that the policy can’t change. (more…)