It can be difficult for most dog owners to deal with a very active pooch. Although not all dogs are hyper, there are certain breeds of dogs that are known for their extremely high energy levels. For instance, Huskies, Golden Retrievers, Border Collies, Australian Shepherds, Dalmatians, German Shepherds, and Poodles. While these dogs look very adorable, thanks to their shiny fur and cute personalities, they also require lots of energy to keep up with.
Do you turn up your nose every time your dog jumps up into your lap? While your dog doesn’t have to smell like roses all the time, there’s something to be said for avoiding the dreaded “dog smell.” The easiest way to keep your dog smelling fresh is to bath it and take it to the groomer regularly.
Being a pet parent is exhaustive in itself and it becomes all the more overwhelming when they fall sick. If your dog is sick and you need to track its temperature frequently, you could easily feel like giving up if you are not aware of the ways in which you can make the whole process easier.
There is no denying the fact that caring for a new puppy is a full-time job. It is as engaging and rewarding as caring for a newborn human baby. The only difference between a human baby and a puppy is the fact that you need to start the training process as soon as you bring the latter home. This is where the additional responsibilities come in. Let us find out what else is in store for the new pet parent in you.
Now that the sun is up and the temperatures are warmer, playing with your pooch outdoors is tempting. Summer is the best time to become more active and as a dog owner, you don’t want our pooch to miss out on the summer fun. However, it’s hard to decide what to do with so many options available.