dog

It's no coincidence that a dog is a man's best friend; they're more faithful than most other animals, and more faithful than many people.

  • Maddie Almquist
    Published about 3 hours ago
    The Hardest Goodbye

    The Hardest Goodbye

    When my brother rescued Libby as a puppy and brought her home, my dad tried to return her to her previous owners four times. After that, he gave up and my brother trained her up to be the perfect dog. That’s how she became our nanny dog. She followed my sister and I everywhere, matched our every step and never took her eyes off of us. We ventured everywhere outside as kids, and wherever we went, Libby dutifully followed. When my mom called her back home, she would look between my sister and I and my mom, completely torn. She knew she had to listen to mom, but how could she leave the kids out by themselves?
  • James Crook
    Published 3 days ago
    Lawn Burn from Dog’s Urine

    Lawn Burn from Dog’s Urine

    Those familiar yellow spots on the lawn which often burn and kill the grass and are surrounded by a bright green ring are well known to dog owners. Many of us have learned to live with these spots and simply allow the lawn to repair itself, and others still struggle trying to find a cure. So let’s have a look at these urine burns and our options for dealing with the problem.
  • Patrick Kuklinski
    Published 12 days ago
    Nine Mountain Dog Breeds + Their Differences

    Nine Mountain Dog Breeds + Their Differences

    It can be hard to select a dog breed that’s right for your household, but you can make it easier by first narrowing it down to a grouping of breeds. Mountain dogs are not all the same, but they are a group of breeds that share many characteristics. Mountain dogs tend to be large, athletic, and family-oriented; so if these are traits that align well with your lifestyle, one of these breeds may turn out to be a good fit. Let’s take a closer look at a few of these amazing dogs.
  • Jenn Melon
    Published 13 days ago
    Can I Take My Dog on a Campervan Holiday?

    Can I Take My Dog on a Campervan Holiday?

    One of the most popular reasons for renting a campervan for a holiday is so you can take your faithful canine friend with you. The benefits include not having to put your pooch into kennels and being free to enjoy your time together as a family – canines included.
  • Stacy Crutchfield
    Published 15 days ago
    44 Fun Dog Facts That May Just Surprise You

    44 Fun Dog Facts That May Just Surprise You

    Who's your best friend? Your dog, of course. We love our dogs; they are part of our family. You may be the only human on the planet that knows intimate things about your dog. But here are a few fun dog facts you may not know about your dog and her canine friends.
  • Muhammad Bilal
    Published 17 days ago
    Symptoms in dogs that indicate probiotics may help

    Symptoms in dogs that indicate probiotics may help

    If you've had a dog for a couple of months, you've already been alerted to the terrible sound of dry panting and vomiting. Or the disaster of sudden and unexpected diarrhea creeping through the house. The longer you have owned a dog, the more episodes you have probably experienced. We are the solidarity owners, we provide love and tranquility and we clean up the mess. But are we helping to protect our dog from these unfortunate symptoms? Could we be doing more proactively?
  • Natalie C..
    Published 20 days ago
    Service Dogs

    Service Dogs

    Many people have lingering questions about service dogs and emotional support animals (ESA). I will address those questions first by explaining the differences between them. A service dog is a dog that is trained to complete tasks and alerts to help a person or handlers that is disabled. An emotional support animal (ESA) is just an animal that gives comfort to a person, with just the presence of the animal. The issue with today is that people are getting mixed up with public access between the two. Service dogs have to ability to go almost every place that the handler can go. There are only a few exceptions like churches, synagogues, kitchens where food is being prepared, sterile rooms and more that they can not go. This is because it is unsafe for the dog and potentially the handler. ESAs are only able to have access with housing in places that would normally not allow pets, travel help like hotels, and even flying. ESAs do not have the training in order to be allowed to have public access and there is no real reason to have them in public. All they are there for is to give comfort to the owner they do not complete tasks to help the owner. When someone brings an ESA into public it can harm actual service teams and do more damage than good. There are many different types of services dogs that complete different tasks for their handler. This can be anywhere from guiding their handler that is blind to alerting them that they are going to have a panic attack. Service dogs give the disabled a way to gain back their independence.
  • Jamie Hytten
    Published 25 days ago
    7 Dogs That Made History and Became Famous

    7 Dogs That Made History and Became Famous

    A dog is a man’s best friend; well, much more than that. When it comes to loyalty and reliability, you can always count on your furry pal. Universe has gifted us with the most precious and lovable creatures in the form of dogs. Though they can’t talk to us, they have the ability to convey every emotion. Moreover, dogs have always been adored for their bravery and smartness. In fact, some dogs are so brave that they have made a place for themselves in history. In this blog, you are going to learn about the top 8 famous dogs that made history and became famous.
  • Tina Szymczak
    Published 28 days ago
    A Puppy Saved My Marriage

    A Puppy Saved My Marriage

    My husband always said that he did not want a dog in our household.
  • Anita T.
    Published 29 days ago
    Loving Pit bulls

    Loving Pit bulls

    The pitbull loping along, on a leash strikes fear into society. I’m sure you would have seen one and thought.
  • Adam Stevens
    Published about a month ago
    Seven Top Tips for Training YOUR Dog

    Seven Top Tips for Training YOUR Dog

    Novice dog owners should consider changing their pet’s name and combining hand signals with verbal instruction to train four-legged friends and improve their behaviour.
  • Richard Stenning
    Published about a month ago
    Dog issues

    Dog issues

    At first had a lot of nipping/biting when went near a shop or around multi people he would get very anxious and if try to calm him down or reshore him that things are ok he would get worst or bite tryed meny things to get him out of this nuthink would work then I changed (my) behaviour and ingnore him completely every time he played up when got anxiety I would not acknowledge him what so ever some time he would get worst so I just stopped then carry on walking when he did behave in a good way I got little bit down the road told him he was a good boy gave him abit more space on the lead every time out of control though I would pull him close to me not allowing him to do as he won’t having complete control is important