Yes, you can feed pumpkin seeds to dogs. They are even beneficial for a variety of reasons. They are high in vitamins and minerals, contain amino acids, and help reduce worms. It is necessary to limit the seeds you give your dog because anything in excess can be harmful, even to our dogs.
t's in dogs' nature to kick their legs after they pee. Dogs kick their legs not because of embarrassment, but to keep other pups away, mark their territory by leaving their scent, convey a virtual signal, wipe their paws, and announce their readiness to mate.
Believe it or not, it is estimated that only 10% of the dog population kicks the ground after pooping. It is mainly done as a form of territorial marking, letting known to other dogs that someone owns that particular spot.
The major causes of liver diseases are thought to be highly curable but the unpleasant reality is that there are a great variety of causes for liver disease in dogs, some of which are still unknown. The following are the most common causes of liver disease in dogs: Infections, Trauma, Pet medications, Diet and Toxins.
Greek yogurt is an excellent choice because of the lower lactose content, which is suitable for pooches with lactose sensitivity. Plain yogurt without any added sweetener is good, too, as well as strawberry yogurt that contains fresh strawberries instead of artificial strawberry flavor.
Golden Akitas are fluffy pups with the Golden Retriever’s lush golden coat and the Akita’s pointy ears. There’s also the Labrakita that’s a tad smaller than a Labrador but with a shorter coat than the Akita. Corgitas are quite like an Akita but with a Corgi’s stubby legs!
Popularly known as “Scotties,” the Scottish Terrier is an independent and strong-willed dog breed. It is a small, sturdily built terrier with short legs and a wiry outer coat. While Scotties form strong attachments with people, they are wary of strangers. Due to their strong hunting instinct, Scotties often chase animals they perceive as prey (even larger dogs). So, it’s best to keep this cantankerous pooch on a leash.
Dogs tend to sneeze when they are excited, want some attention, or simply want to communicate something normal. However, in some cases, your dog may sneeze due to allergies, mites, or health issues.
Fear is one of the reasons why your pooch may be barking at another dog. It could also be that a pup had a certain experience (good or bad) with the other pooch, hence the reason for barking. And at other times, it is a way for them to express frustration.
Yes, dogs can eat cat treats, but they shouldn’t do so often. Cat treats don’t have the ideal balance of nutrients dogs need to stay healthy. In fact, offering your dog cat treats can cause gastrointestinal issues in the short term and pancreatitis in the long term.