Missing dog! Something we fear to hear. We’d do anything to keep our dogs happy, healthy, and by our sides! But sometimes, disaster can strike. With many owners struggling with episodes of their dogs going missing.
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.
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.
Holiday season kicks in and you share a passion with your dog: the water. Isn’t this the best theme for a pet-friendly destination? Don’t be hasty. Restrictions, hot temperatures, and a change in routine can put your pet in real danger. Motivation gone? A few tips for careful preparation is all you need.
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.
Is your dog scared of thunderstorm? Acting like it is the end of the world whenever a storm hits? Your pet is not alone. It is one of the most common fears that affect dogs. Fear of storm and thunder is very hard to eliminate completely, but there are ways to minimize it. Stop your dog from being frightened during a storm with these 5 steps.
Dog etiquette is important no matter where you live, but in bigger cities it’s even more important. City dogs face a lot of challenges when they are out for a walk, other dogs, other people, garbage, traffic and noise at all times. These challenges require good behaviour, a keen sense of the surroundings, and good team work between dog and owner. Here are a few tips that will make life in the city with dogs a little easier and more comfortable – for everbody!
Nothing can compare with the feeling of being reunited with your parents after being lost. And believe me, the feeling is even more intense if the reunion happens after a long time of separation. I was lost for several hours before my parents found me.