Are You Ready for a Dog?
A dog relies on you for everything—from his food, water, shelter, leadership, exercise, grooming, to his training, veterinary care, companionship and protection. Know what you are getting into. Are you prepared to spend the next 10-15 years of your life taking care of your dog? That is about how long your dog will live.
Litter Box Problems Reasons Why your cat or kitten stopped using the litter box
Cats can stop using the litter box for a great number of reasons and there is not always a simple answer to the problem. Below are reasons why your cat may have stopped using the litter box that may help you resolve the issue.
Dog Training vs. Dog Behavior
When people have a behavior issue with a dog, for example the dog has started growling, snaps, bites, bolts out the door, does not come when called, is destructive, pulls on the leash, chases the cat and will not stop when told, barks obsessively, is yappy, obsesses over objects, does laps around your house, chases its tail, chases cars, is aggressive with other dogs, gets possessive, is overly protective, jumps on humans and so on, a lot of people seek a dog trainer, take training classes or read books on how to train a dog. However, they often find that the training does not completely solve their dog's issues.
How to travel abroad with your dog
Traveling is especially fun when you can bring your dog along, but you will need to do some planning first. When it comes to travel, the dogs are easy to deal with, but the people are not because there are a lot of rules and regulations when it comes to animals in general being transported to other countries. Many of these issues will greatly depend on which country you are going to, because they all have different requirements. Here are some things to know before you go.
Preventing Your Dog from Eating Too Fast
Some dogs seem to practically inhale their food, eating so quickly, they hardly even chew or taste their food. Eating too quickly can be a choking hazard for your dog, and some dogs tend to vomit after eating so quickly.
Does Your Cat Have a Fever?
Cats with fevers are generally lethargic and have no appetite, according to Elaine Wexler-Mitchell, DVM. Although popular culture has led us to believe that a healthy cat has a cold, wet nose and therefore a warm, dry nose is indicative of a fever, this is not always true.