Training your puppy to sit is an important part of their early training! It’s a great way to hold their attention, can encourage them to remain calm and still - and helps to control heaps of puppy energy!
The bond between a human and a dog is ancient. For thousands of years we have bred dogs for ...
As cute as your paw-some pup is, their barking can sometimes be a bit disruptive - especially if ...
Having a new puppy is a very exciting and fun time! However, it can also be quite hard work! ...
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My humans are very good at reading my body language and interpreting the noises I make! They know I bark when there’s someone at the door - I bark ...Read More
Yawn! “ Let sleeping dog’s lie” - that’s a human saying isn’t it? It means you should leave something alone, in case disturbing it might cause ...Read More
Are you an allergy sufferer but very keen to have a canine companion? Did you know that more than 600 million people worldwide suffer from allergic ...Read More
For 10,000 years, dogs and humans have built a unique relationship, adapting to live together more and more closely, with dogs becoming widely known ...Read More
Bite/Squeak, Bite/Squeak! I know it can sometimes be annoying to humans but I just love my Squeaker Seeker! It keeps me busy for ages and it’s great ...Read More
If you are thinking about adopting a dog for the first time, you may already have an idea of what breed you are attracted to. You may have had ...Read More
Are you thinking about taking your dog to work? A survey from Banfield Pet Hospital showed that 71% of Gen Zers and 48% of Millennials are planning ...Read More
Woof! Woof! I sometimes sit and watch the TV with my humans and quite enjoy watching cartoons where a dog is always chasing a cat - it can be quite ...Read More
What is International Dog Day? International Dog Day, celebrated annually on 26 August, was founded in the US in 2004 by Colleen Paige, an Animal ...Read More
Dogs are very adaptable and are normally just happy to be around people that make them feel welcome and secure; but if you’re bringing a new pooch ...Read More