• How To Transition From One Dog Food to Another

    Corn goes right through our bodies and does the same for dogs. Biproducts are every single part of a chicken including intestines, claws, and beaks. Pedigree is a very unhealthy food. It is like feeding your dog McDonald everyday. You can take a look at https://www.dogfoodadvisor.com/ to get a 1 - 5 star rating on the food. Once you get the new food, for the first day just add a small amount in your fingertips, then a little bit more for the 2nd day. On the third day add 1/4 cup for each feedi…

  • Moving to a New Home While Having Dogs

    If you have the ability to have the dog stay with someone or take them to a doggie daycare, you will have more peace of mind and your dog will be having fun. It is best to have the dog stay away until you are moved into the new place and things are out of the boxes and somewhat in place. Of course it does not have to be perfect but there should be some order. Once you are somewhat settled and you get your dog, always have them on the leash. If you have a yard, walk them around the yard to p…

  • 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 …

  • 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…

  • 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. …

  • 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…

  • Housebreaking a Puppy or Dog

    If you are planning on getting a puppy, you should learn how to housebreak him or her before you bring them home. You will save yourself so much added stress in your life. There are some important points to successful training and a strategic approach must be taken if you want to have a successful housebreaking experience. You, as the owner, will eliminate many messes from the dog urinating or defecating all over the house by confining your dog to either a crate, playpen or a smaller room for c…