Dog walks are an essential part of a dog's life, providing exercise, mental stimulation, and bonding time with their owner. However, walking your dog comes with its own set of challenges, and it's important to be prepared for anything that might come your way. That's where an everyday carry for dog walks comes in. Read More
Walking your dog on a leash
is an essential part of being a responsible pet owner. Not only does it provide exercise and mental stimulation for your dog, but it also allows them to explore the world around them. However, walking a dog on a leash
can be a challenge, especially if you're a new pet owner. Here are some tips on how to walk your dog on a leash for dummies:
There is a valid reason why dog owners are using dog harnesses more frequently. It offers a number of other advantages that make it a terrific investment for you and your furry buddy in addition to being a safer and more humane way to regulate your dog's activity. We'll look at the main advantages of utilizing a dog harness in this article. Read More
Incorporating dog agility training into your daily exercise routine can be a fun and exciting way to keep both you and your furry friend fit and healthy.
Dog agility is a sport that involves a dog navigating an obstacle course under the direction of its handler.
Getting a special bond with your dog as well as getting your dog’s interest to peak are a few of the perks of doing dog agility activities. While dog agility has great benefits on the mental and physical state of your dog, it’s best to keep some advice in mind when it comes to training for this activity. In the past we’ve explored a few tips and tricks that can help you get started with dog agility training, but now it’s time to address the mistakes as well. So let’s dive into a few things that you should not do, when it comes to dog agility.
Pulling on the leash is one of the most common things you can see with dogs and their owners on a walk. But why do dogs tend to pull on their leash? Is it purely because of lack of obedience training or is there something more to this issue? If you’re a dog owner and are facing this problem with your dog, you might want to read along and find out some of the reasons why your dog might be pulling on their leash and how you can remedy this. Read More
What happens to your dog when you leave home? Does he wait patiently for you to come back or do you get back to a destroyed door and a noise complaint from your neighbors? If the latter is true, you might want to look into separation anxiety and see if your dog is suffering from this. Read More
Like humans, when they grow old, dogs can develop joint issues as they grow older. While some wear and tear is normal, and joints will naturally become weaker as the dog grows older, there are a few things to watch out for so that you can give your dog a broader lifespan. And this is especially true if your dog is very physically active. Read More
We’ve already talked about the types of obstacles you can find on a dog agility course, so let’s take this conversation further, and let’s try to build our very first dog agility course. This will help with training your dog to face the jury in a real competition. It will also help strengthen the bond between owner and dog since you’ll have to work together. Last but not least, it will offer a bit more mental stimulation to your dog, which is very important when it comes to your dog’s overall health. Read More