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3 Top Tips for Buying a Dog Bed

Looking to treat your dog to a replacement bed or tasked with kitting the home out ahead of a new arrival? Here are three top tips to ensure you get the right bed for your four legged friend. 1. Dog Breed and Dog Beds If horses have courses (as the saying goes) dog breeds have […] Read more

Consider Designer Dog Bowls

So you just adopted your first puppy. You buy him a comfy dog bed, some fun chewy toys and a doghouse for when he’s stuck out in the backyard. The only thing left is finding him a set of dog bowls. But you have a stylish contemporary kitchen and an ordinary tin pair of bowls […] Read more

Types & Uses of Dog Training Collar

Types of Dog Training Collars A dog barks and a stain leaves marks. You cannot negate them. However, with some tactic, you can lessen their impact. Some dogs bite unnecessarily, some that bark offensively and some are habitually quiet. With different sorts of dog training collars, they can all be made to behave. In this […] Read more
Category: Dog Training

How to Choose a Shock Collar for your Dog?

Dog shock collars are electronic devices, which are used for dog obedience training. A shock collar for small dogs are normally quite effective, as they instantly deliver shocks to dogs when they bark too much, misbehave or try to act abnormally or undesirably. These help in discouragement of negative or unpleasant activities. Owners find it Read more
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A Quick Guide to Buying the Perfect Dog Bed

There is no perfect dog bed or ‘one size fits all’ when it comes to buying dog beds. Rather, the dog bed that is perfect for your specific pooch will be determined by a number of key factors that you will need to be aware of ahead of hitting the shops to ensure you bring […] Read more
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Dog training. Where to start?

"Oh Yes, Oh Yes", as a famous DJ used to say! The dream has become a reality, you are now a proud owner of a beautiful puppy! So much happiness, cuddling and laughter… But it is time to think about the dog training. The dressage requires a lot of effort and enormous patience to reach […] Read more

Is a Scottish Terrier Puppy Right for You & Your Family?

In the late 1800s, the Scottish Terrier breed traveled from Scotland and was introduced to the US for the first time. This breed of dog is often referred to as a Scottie. You may be familiar with the Scottish Terrier already since a few of our United States presidents, Eisenhower, Roosevelt, and Bush, had them […] Read more

Pup Can’t Hear You? Try Cleaning Their Ears

What are the chances that your dog is ignoring you because their ears are either impacted from too much wax or have an ear infection? Well we don’t know the exact figures, but if you’ve never cleaned their ears before then it’s a very distinct possibility that your fur baby isn’t just practicing selective hearing. Read more

Working Dogs: Pooches Are Perfect For Beating Bed Bugs!

When you think of pests in your home, you probably think about those creepy crawlies and the frustrating scamper of mouse feet in the late hours of the night, am I right? Well, another one to add to your list is bed bugs. These tiny little creatures are hard to spot - even when you’re […] Read more
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Should You Learn Pet First Aid and CPR? It Might Save Your Dog!

According the American Animal Hospital Association, far more animals needing medical attention could survive if dog owners were familiar with correct first aid and CPR techniques if an emergency arises. Dog owners generally do a great job caring for their pets by providing food, supplements, skin care, dental care, shots, and so on. Yet, they Read more