Dogs & babies

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  The arrival of a new baby changes the whole routine of a home. All parental efforts and attention are focused on child care. In the beginning, it can be very difficult for the dog to understand these changes, therefore, it is important to make this transition as easy as possible to avoid suffering and […]

10 Pet Safety Tips For Halloween

10 Pet Safety Tips For Halloween

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1. Trick-or-treat candies are not for pets. All forms of chocolate — especially baking or dark chocolate — can be dangerous, even lethal, for dogs and cats. Symptoms of chocolate poisoning may include vomiting, diarrhea, rapid breathing, increased heart rate, and seizures. Halloween candies containing the artificial sweetener xylitol can also be poisonous to dogs. […]

25 DIY Toys For Dogs

25 DIY Toys For Dogs

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Dogs are always looking for distractions and sometimes you have to be resourceful to keep your little pup entertained! Here are 25 DIY toys for dogs that you can make in the house!     1. T-shirt wrapped water bottle.   2. A tennis ball and short toss show   3. Tennis ball treat.   4. […]

Back to School - Your Dog Can Be Learning Too!

Back To School – Your Dog Can Be Learning Too!

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Back to school is here. Routine has returned and the smell of sun cream is fading! After a jam packed summer of quality time and activities your dog has gotten used to a large amount of stimulation and preoccupation. Your dog will most likely notice this change so it is important to address this to […]

8 Top Tips To Give Your Dog a Gorgeous Glossy Coat

Tips to give your dog a shiny coat

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1.  Ensure protein is in their diet Here are some tips to give your dog a shiny coat. A lacklustre and dull coat is often the result of a poor diet or poor quality food. Like human hair a dog’s coat is made up of roughly 90% protein, so when a diet is deficient in protein […]

Dog pulling the leash

6 ways to stop your dog pulling the leash

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Walking on a leash is not a natural action for a dog. They are not born knowing that they should not walk ahead or lag behind. They have to be taught nicely that pulling on the easy is bad doggie behaviour. Dogs are excitable and love exploring new things, so teaching them leash manners can […]