This is a real story. This incident happened to me almost 19 years ago when I was a teenager. I live in a small city in India where we have hundreds of abandoned dogs roaming over the streets. If you don't already know let me tell you that most of the Asian countries have hundreds and thousands of dogs' population and over 70% of them are stray or abandoned dogs. Lately, several non-profit organizations started working for the betterment of street dogs and the numbers are now reducing.
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The reason why some people get attacked by dogs more often than others is related to their personality and psychology.
"I don't know what the problem is, but the dogs are always trying to bite me," a young man in his 20s told Stanley Coren, Professor Emeritus at the Department of Psychology, University of British Columbia (Canada). .
I've never wanted to own a dog. I didn't grow up with dogs in the house. The only interaction I ever had with them is when I'd go over to friends' houses, and they'd jump on me and try to lick my face ... I hated it.
Let me preface by saying, I am just an owner; I am not an expert. If you are concerned for your pet’s health, call a vet first.
I absolutely love dogs. To me they're Angels on earth. If you want to have the most loving, loyal, trustworthy, friend on the planet you get yourself a dog. Dogs are my most favourite company ever. I am the kind of person that when visiting friends who have dogs, well if you can't find me, you can guarantee that I will be happily hanging out with the dog!
When her eyes peered over the rim of the coffee cup and the caption under the picture announced her availability, my heart ached with desire. The agreement that we would not adopt another dog raced through my head. My husband and I, having recently retired, knew a baby would tie us down while limiting our adventures so we promised to remain childless during our golden years.
Pitweiler, which is the result of Pitbull Rottweiler cross-breeding, is a popular dog among people who want a super-protective, loveable, and large four-legged companion. They are hyperactive and stand out from other dog breeds in activities such as tracking, agility, and obedience.
Obesity is as much of a problem for pets as it is for people. Regular exercise coupled with a balanced diet is the best way to keep it at bay. It can also work to little away the extra pounds your pup has already packed on. Unfortunately, some dogs struggle to get motivated for their workouts. If that sounds familiar, try these tips to encourage exercise as part of their daily routine.
The reason to board your dog when you are away is pretty self explanatory. Most people want their dogs to have the best of both worlds, where they get to stay at home and their dog gets to go out and play.
THE NINJA PUPPY DIARIES!
19th October 2019
OUR HOUSE HAS BECOME INFESTED!
Meet Cara, Cara is a 15 month fox red Labrador and like all labradors she loves the water. Up until this adventure she had only really gone up to her legs so you could say this was her first proper swimming lesson!