Last night when I was scrolling through youtube which is my typical hobby to do before sleeping, I came across this one video where they talk about the feelings of dogs when humans interact with them in different scenarios. The way we hug them, tease them, walk them, and feed them does affect their emotions and feelings just like humans. Since I got a pretty decent amount of reads from my previous article "Best Android/iOS Games For Cat Lovers", I decided to write this article for all the dog lovers out there including me. I'm a huge dog person. I just love them so much. Even while I'm writing this I'm being overwhelmed by all the love that I have for them. Dogs are indeed humans best friends. All the pet dogs I've owned in my life proves that without a shade of doubt. They are such amazing animals with smart abilities, affection, compassion, and understanding. Even though they like to see their owner as their leader, dogs are an individual animal too. They earned their own place among us. And that is why I'm writing this article including 5 amazing apps for your loving dogs. Let's make their lives more fun with these simple but effective smartphone apps.
No one likes to be sick, even our pets. You probably know your pet well enough to be able to tell if they aren’t feel well. But even if you can sense that there may be some type of illness going on, it can be difficult to know whether or not it’s something that requires a vet visit or not.
Dogs are animals that accompany us in our life and offer us friendship and affection thanks to the easy communication we have with them. One of these expressions of their state of mind that we can clearly realize is crying. We notice when the dog is crying but often we cannot understand why.
Some people are very sensitive to the spirits (not alcohol, the paranormal ones), while others will chock it up as hocus pocus bunk. I fall somewhere in the middle. I know they exist around me, and although I have never seen a ghost or spirit, I have experienced their presence on several occasions. And because they were friendly spirits, I welcomed them openly. I’ll recount three of my favourite encounters. I’ll leave the others to another story.
Hello. My name is Gizmo. I am a cat. And I have successfully trained my human. It was difficult at first, but with consistent training and reinforcement, I was able to train my human in only a few short days. And I am going to teach you how to train your human, as well.
Meet The latest edition to my furry rescue Family! He came to me so disturbed he was required to take prescriptions of trazadone and Prozac and remained unruly. It took the patience of a saint, but this little man is a snuggly sweetheart that transforms into a larger than life beast when the doorbell rings! He feels the need to take charge of his older senior sisters ( when they let him!). We are a true work in progress and this cowboy’s work is never done watching out for his family
My dog is spoiled rotten. She only lays on her right side, expects me to stretch out on the floor of my closet to rub her tummy every morning, and requires me to hold her bone each evening while watching TV.