Training

Training or raising a pet is no easy task, but it’s definitely not impossible. In this section, you’ll find everything related to raising and training animals with the aim of training some animals to do many things.

Do Dogs Really Recognize Their Family Members?

A lot has been said about communication between dogs and humans. Some studies say animals can understand people’s moods, tone of voice and even certain words. On the other hand, pet owners have been learning ways to tame man’s best…

Dangers to Avoid when Walking your Dog

Your dog needs a daily walk. Your dog needs to exercise, but you must still take several dangers that could arise during your walk into account. In this article, we discuss how to avoid unwanted situations while walking your dog, as well tips for helping you…

Introducing your baby to your pet

Pets should never feel displaced by the arrival of a new member of the family. If this happens, they will tend to act destructively, and an avoidable accident or misunderstanding could occur. There are still many people who abandon their…

How to Help Your Dog Be More Friendly

You have decided to go on a walk with your best (furry) friend every afternoon when you come back from work, so that both of you can exercise and maybe even meet new people… Why not? But when you get…

Myths and Truths about Dog Harnesses

Dog harnesses are becoming the go-to option for taking dogs out on walks. However, there are still quite a few myths and misinformation regarding this tool, which we will analyze and debunk in this article. Just like many other special items…

Can Dogs Watch TV?

Dogs can watch TV if they are in the habit of being around a television. They are generally not indifferent to it. Sometimes they’ll spend hours focused on the screen, and even more so if there is another dog on it.…

Dogs and People with Diabetes

It is well known that dogs are able to help people with certain disabilities. And we will never cease to be amazed at how good they are for us — especially those of us who have diabetes. Among other scientific advances,…

Playdate: The Popular New Dog Toy

Finding a great dog toy can be tiresome. Pets don’t like some toys, and get quickly bored of others. They love to chew up some of them. When toy shopping, you should pick out something educational and fun. A toy…

14 Creative Dog Names

Bringing home a new best friend is quite an event. At first you’ll take good care of him and make him feel like part of the family. You might spend several days thinking about what to name him. This article can…

What kind of punishment is most appropriate for dogs?

When we hear the word “punishment” we think of something negative, but it doesn’t have to be that way. It’s been shown that just like with humans, positive reinforcement with dogs works: motivating and incentivizing — but not overlooking —…

Intelligence Developing Games For Your Dog

We all know that game or play therapy help people with mental or physical disabilities. For example, in children with behavioral problems or elderly people with Alzheimer’s disease. Games have proven to be very effective in improving their quality of life.  Well,…

Why Do Dogs Yawn?

I’m sure you have seen your dog yawn for no apparent reason on more than one occasion. Why do dogs yawn? Are they always sleepy? Even if it may be surprising, your canine’s yawns are part of its body language when they want to…