When you picture an ideal relationship, the image of a child running around with a puppy probably comes to mind. There’s absolutely nothing more precious than the bond that a children and puppies share; however, in many cases, that bond doesn’t develop immediately.
Finally got that puppy you were dreaming of? Getting yourself a puppy is a big decision, and it is only important that you become a responsible owner.
Are you thinking about buying your own puppy? Getting a puppy can be exciting, but it also involves a lot of dedication and long-term commitment.
Congratulations! Now what? Take it one hour, one day at a time. This week will be hard, and it is pivotal you spend the first week getting acquainted with your new pup.
Like having a child, you need to understand the full responsibility a dog is. Although I’ve grown up with family dogs, I’ve always known that when I grow up, I wanted to be the primary dog mom.
Bringing a new puppy home is a beautiful life experience that everyone should enjoy. If you have kids, the chances are they’ll treat the little ball of fur like it’s their new best friend and favorite play-thing.
I vividly remember the first time my puppy vomited. It was around 2AM, but I knew something was wrong many hours before. He was shuffling around in his crate and not falling asleep.
Walking a dog looks so easy! It should be a walk in the park (literally), right? Oftentimes, walking on a leash is one of the hardest things new dog owners are surprised about.
Puppies are cute and adorable balls of fur – until they aren’t anymore. Young dogs live off of instinct and their behavior forms as a result of their environment.