Use of pesticides and your Dog

If you have a garden in which your dog spends a lot of time and plays, you might want to check with your gardener when and what type of pesticides he uses. Pesticides can be hazardous and even fatal to dogs. Chances are the gardener will tell you it is […]

Interesting new study gives us one more reason to love ...

If I don’t like you so does my dog, is that true? Can dogs make social and emotional evaluations of people? If you had or have a dog, the following might not really surprise you, but it is surely interesting. A study by Kazuo Fujita, a Japanese scientist proves once […]

You and Your Dog in Public

  We, dog parents are responsible for our dog’s behavior in public. It is our duty to make sure our dog behaves appropriately in different situations. Achieving that, requires some training and an existing bond between you and your dog. Walking your Dog When walking your dog put into consideration that […]


Are Grapes Toxic for Dogs?

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Grapes have proven to be potentially fatal to most dogs. The reason is that they cause rapid renal failure (kidney failure). Dried grapes (raisins) are just as fatal as fresh ones. And no, it’s not the pesticides or the seeds. In grapes seeds have actually been proven to be safe […]

Puppy Teething and Nipping Phase

Just like humans, dogs are born without teeth. Between the fifteenth and fiftieth day baby teeth start to break through. Twenty-eight little pointy baby teeth in total want to taste and nip everything. Those baby teeth later fall out between the fourth and the seventh month to be replaced by your dogs permanent […]

Begging Dogs

Begging Dogs
Begging Dogs You’re sitting at the table and your little furry friend is giving you the cutest puppy eyes watching every bite you take. You can’t resist and while you are still sitting at the table you give him just a tiny piece of that juicy piece of meat. It’s […]


8 Simple Rules for walking your dog

Walking your dog is a good way of exercise for both of you. It drains their energy and helps you burn some extra calories and stay fit. In addition, walking your dog is a very good way of bonding with them. They look forward to that quality time you both […]

Puppies below 4 months of age

When you’re a new puppy owner, you fall in love with that little new furry friend of yours. You want to give them all the love and care they need, and can’t wait to take them out and show them off everywhere. But wait! How old is your puppy? Have […]

The working dog parent

Many of us who have dogs,  get those painful guilt trips of leaving our dogs behind during our long working hours. You wonder if they are OK, worry if they have eaten the couch, pooped in the wrong areas, or what they’re up to while you are gone. Here are […]


Showing your dog who’s boss!

As a dog owner it’s critical that from day one you show them who is boss. If you don’t work on this as early as you can, your dog is very prone to grow out of control. Being a good pack leader /parent, you should always be calm and consistent […]

Homemade Tick Repellent Recipes

Tick Repellent Recipe
Having an adorable little best friend comes with a price. With great dog parents, come great responsibilities. Not only does the infestation of ticks cause us loads of panic, but also breaks our hearts to find our pups feeling restless and scratching like crazy! Here are simple homemade recipes you […]

Ticks and fleas. Preventive measures before *it hits the fan

Ticks and fleas are every dog parent’s nightmare.  However, there is no need to worry, as long as you are prepared, and have taken the necessary preventive actions to keep your dog and home protected from them.Here is a list of stuff to do. Protecting your home: Vacuum clean your home […]


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