If you are one of the millions of dog owners who enjoy talking to your dog, and who at times feel like they understand you better than most human beings can, you may have wondered just how much he really understands
Many pet owners will agree that their dog will tend to have a different perspective between what smells good and what doesn’t. Have you ever noticed your dog rolling around weird or bad smelling things? It can be anything repulsive, from manure, dirt, or any other thing that doesn’t smell good.
Dogs are great pets, and most people who have them as their pets consider them as a best friend. They have a great sense of loyalty and they are also very affectionate. But, there can be certain times when this isn’t always the case.
If you’ve just gotten a pet dog, then you should know that more just providing your puppy with its basic needs, good behavior and socialization is also important.
Our pet dogs bring so much happiness in your lives as their owners. We benefit from their loyalty and love. However, underneath these characteristics, dog will still be dogs.
So you have just returned from what was meant to be a relaxing walk with your dog, only to be faced with yet another traumatic ordeal. Your darling hound spotted something in the distance and took off, you could hardly see him because of the dust cloud.
Dogs are the most common household pets. They are not hard to train. Once they establish a connection with you, it becomes easy for you to train them. With proper training, dogs can start behaving in a proper manner.
If you have a canine that you would like to begin showing at showmanship competitions, you will have to start training your dog quite early. Many competitors have been doing this for years, and will be accustomed to the atmosphere.
Teaching your puppy to sit should be one of the first things that you aim to do. You want to teach your puppy to sit
This weeks lesson with my roommate’s dog has been a bit tough following a statement that was made by one of my other roommates. Yes, it is the BIG dreaded question that most, if not all pet owners are asked sooner or later in their pet’s life-time. Have you already guessed what it is?