Do you love your dog? I know it’s silly to ask. Why would you even have a pet if you didn’t love animals? And just because they come with some drawbacks, doesn’t mean having a loyal, loving companion isn’t worth it. So, let me ask you a question.
When it come to animal companions, most of us will have fond childhood memories of growing up with our family pet. Whether it was taking the dog out for daily trips to the park, doing our best to keep the cat out of trouble, or just sitting quietly and having conversations with a bunny that had nothing better to do than listen. If you are yet to decide whether to include a pet in your family, here are three positive impacts that pets can have on your children’s life.
Being a dog owner is one of the best things in the world. Your dog would do absolutely anything for you and you him. But that doesn’t mean it doesn’t come without it’s trials and tribulations. They can chew your favorite shoes, drool all over your furniture and cause great embarrassment when out in public. While you love your dog and wouldn’t want them to change, there are things you can do to make your life a little easier. Take a look at these life-changing hacks that even the most experienced dog owner probably doesn’t know about.
If you’ve recently decided that you want to get a puppy, or you’ve brought a new addition home, it’s never too early to start planning for the future. Dogs are man’s best friend. But at times, they can try your patience. If you’re eager to avoid chewed shoes, dog fights in the park, and broken chair legs, here are some top tips.
If you’re a besotted dog owner, the last thing you want is a poorly pooch. Sadly, there are lots of parasites and pests out there, which can cause dogs problems. Often, it is possible to take steps to prevent illness and infections. If it’s not possible, there are often effective treatments, which can be called upon. Heartworm disease is a parasitic infection, which is spread through mosquitoes. If you’re not familiar with it, don’t panic. Here’s everything you need to know about heartworm disease in dogs.