Golden Retrievers are dog royalty. This iconic breed has been around for decades and is one of the most popular dogs in the world today. They're loyal, energetic, smart, and playful. In fact, they're known as "the best family dog on the planet" because of their friendly personalities and easygoing nature. Let's learn more about … Continue reading America’s Famous Golden Retriever
The Bloodhound is an old breed of dog that has been around for hundreds of years. Its name comes from the fact that it was originally bred to hunt wild boar, but it's also used as a search and rescue dog today. In this breed profile I'll be answering some common questions about Bloodhounds, including … Continue reading What You Should Know About the Bloodhound
There have been many breeds of dogs that originated in Alaska, but none as well known as the Alaskan Malamute. These dogs are very distinctive in appearance and personality, and are often called "huskies" even though they aren't actually related to the Siberian Husky breed. The popularity of this breed has increased significantly since it … Continue reading Is the Beautiful Alaskan Malamute Right for You?
A service dog is a specially trained animal that helps people with disabilities. They can be trained for many different roles, including guiding vision-impaired people through crowds, alerting deaf people to sounds, and helping people with PTSD deal with their symptoms. People with PTSD often struggle with anxiety and panic attacks, which can make them … Continue reading Service Dogs for PTSD
Fluffy and Fido are more than just adorable pets who fill your home with love. During tax time, their presence is important. Pets can be a valid write-off on your taxes and can qualify for tax deductions. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has specific guidelines for deciding if pets qualify for a deduction. Speak to … Continue reading How to Qualify Your Dog as an IRS Deduction
Having a regular feeding and walk schedule will help your puppy learn when he can go outside to potty. Consistency is key when housebreaking your dog, so make sure you stick with the same routine every day. When it's time for his first trip outside, pick up your pup and carry him outside as soon … Continue reading 7 Tips for Potty Training a Puppy
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For a limited time, Drake Dog Cancer Foundation and Academy is running a special on their course and we thought we should share it with you here! Healthy living doesn't have to be one dimensional - you don’t have to choose between western or eastern medicine for your dog. With this holistic course, you can … Continue reading Preventing and Treating Dog Cancer Naturally: A Course from Drake Dog Cancer Academy
Social media is a wonderful way to stay in touch with family and friends, but it can have its downside. Numerous studies suggest that overdoing it on Facebook or similar sites can make us unhappy. For example, having more than 7 social media accounts triples the risk of depression among young adults, according to researchers … Continue reading What Your Dog Wants You to Know About Social Media
We basically want to find companions who would give us most of the benefits we think we need. Well, if you are looking for a dog that is somewhat of a one-in-package pal, you might find Jack Russell Terriers interesting enough. The History of the Jack Russell Terrier This dog has a history that somehow … Continue reading The Energetic Jack Russell Terrier