• How To Transition From One Dog Food to Another

    Please do not quickly switch from one brand of food to another because it may cause severe diarrhea! All dogs are different, so it may not affect their belly but why take the chance. Unfortunately, the Coronavirus has caused people to have to switch to a less expensive food and that is ok. My only suggestion is to switch to a food that does not have corn and biproduct meal. Corn goes right through our bodies and does the same for dogs. Biproducts are every single part of a chicken including in…

  • Moving to a New Home While Having Dogs

    Moving is a stressful time in a person’s life. It is extremely stressful and confusing for all the pets in the household. The best suggestion is, if at all possible, have your dog or dogs stay at someone’s house or bring them to a doggie daycare while you are packing and moving. A dog’s anxiety starts to build when you start packing and the house gets emptier and emptier. Dogs are creatures of habit, so it is very confusing for them to see the large items disappear when they are used to seein…

  • PLEASE DO NOT BUY A DOG THAT IS LESS THEN 8 WEEKS OLD!

    Hello everyone, this is very important news that has been really bothering me lately and has been a very big problem this year especially while I have been training puppies. Unfortunately, breeders are selling puppies way to young. There is no reason why puppies should leave their mom and littermates less than 8 weeks old. They learn so much from their mother and littermates. Not only are they selling the puppies to young, they put them in a crate and on an airplane in cargo. Their immune s…

  • A Dog's Memory is Amazing!!!

    Dog Training And Memory!!! Many people don’t know that anything that happens to a dog in between the ages of 4 through 9 weeks of their lives is ingrained into their minds. Anything their mother does to them, they will remember. If they are unfortunately abused at an early age, they remember all the details. For example, if a tall man that always wears a hat abuses a dog, then every time the dog sees a tall man with a hat, they become very submissive and think they will get hurt. If there is …

  • WHAT TOYS & BONES ARE SAFE FOR DOGS?

    All The Toys That Are Great For Your Dog When you get a new dog or puppy, there are so many toys to choose from. Toys and bones are important to keep your dog occupied when you are not home or can not pay attention to them. Think of certain toys as a pacifier for them. Stuffed animals are not good to give to plenty of dogs because if they tear the stuffing out of the toys and swallow it, it can get wrapped up in their intestines then they can get bored with that and tear up pillows. The pillo…

  • SEPARATION ANXIETY IN DOGS

    When you get a new puppy or dog, it is understandable that you want to spend as much time with the dog as possible but that can cause more harm than good. When families take time off of work or have the ability to be with the dog at all times in the beginning, then their schedule changes and they have to leave the dog home, it can cause plenty of anxiety for the dog. Dogs are creatures of habit. Before you start getting ready to leave the house, put the dog in the crate, so they can not see y…

  • How to Get Your Dogs Used to the Noises They Are Afraid Of

    HOW TO GET YOUR DOGS USED TO THE NOISES THEY ARE AFRAID OF There are so many sounds that we are used to hearing but dogs are petrified of. Some common noises are fireworks, sirens, infants crying, children playing and screaming, tools, grooming tools, and thunderstorms. It is hard for us to figure out exactly what made the dog become so afraid of certain noises but anything that happens to a dog in between 4 - 9 weeks of their lives are engrained into their heads and they remember everything. …

  • WHAT ARE HEALTHY DOG SNACKS?

    Here are some safe and natural dog treats for your dogs, but always keep in mind that EVERY dog may be different.

  • HOW TO INTERPRET YOUR DOG'S BODY LANGUAGE, FACIAL EXPRESSIONS AND VOCALIZATIONS

    HOW TO INTERPRET YOUR DOG'S BODY LANGUAGE, FACIAL EXPRESSIONS AND VOCALIZATIONS There are many different ways to tell how your dog is feeling and what they are communicating to you or another animal. Learning how to differentiate between each stance, expression, and sound will help you understand your dog so much better. Dogs can't talk, so they communicate through body language, facial expressions, and vocalizations. Here are some examples of dispositions and examples of how the dog might react…