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The Right Dog For Your Lifestyle

Dogs make wonderful pets and companions; anyone who loves dogs, want them to be a part of their family. Most of the time, we seek cuteness and a friendly nature when buying a dog. But, today every experienced dog owner will tell you differently. It is best if you choose a dog that fits your lifestyle. Just as every individual is different, dogs are different too. Every breed has certain characteristics which should match to your lifestyle.

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Do Dogs Have Emotions

There is no doubt that animals have emotions like humans. Dogs are man’s best friends and they feel happy when you are happy and they even miss you when you are not at home. They express happiness by wagging their tails. They feel sad when a pack member passes away. And they feel love for each and every family member. But it is important to keep in mind that these emotions are totally different from humans.

Puppy Training: The Basics

Puppy training is an important component of ownership. It helps minimize destructive behavior and other undesirable behaviors. The goal of training is to incorporate your puppy into your lifestyle. Remember training is a life long process in order to have a happy relationship with your dog.

The Pros and Cons of Dog Head Collars

There are a variety of dog collars available in the market. Choosing the right one for your dog can be a daunting process. Asking for help from the store employee may be helpful but usually not. There are a couple of different types of head collars available and it is important that you choose the right type for your dog. Dogs can easily slip the collars when they get excited and this is because you might have chosen the wrong one. The first question should be is a head collars the right choice for my dog or not? Hopefully this article will help you make that decision.

Make Vet Visits Fun

Visiting a vet can be stressful for dogs, since they don’t want to face any pain when they are prodded or poked during an examination. Full of scary sounds, unknown animals, strange people and funny smells, the prodding and poking that the dogs are subjected to, make them uncomfortable, which for some dogs can seem unbearable. So, even an easy going dog might get into panic mode while visiting a vet, even for a regular checkup.



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