Archive for July, 2011

House Training Dogs ” The Easy Way

Saturday, July 30th, 2011

In 1904 a Russian scientist, Ivan Pavlov made a sequence of experiments that became part of folklore. I'm referring to his famous “Pavlov’s Dog” project. In simple terms Pavlov applied impulse (bells, electrical shocks, sounded tuning forks etc) when his dogs were eating. Over time he found that the impulse alone (e.g. The sound of […]

Keeping Your Pup Healthy: Vaccination As A First Line Of Defense

Saturday, July 30th, 2011

Vaccines help safeguard your puppy from contracting contagious, debilitating and fatal diseases. Puppies are routinely given a combination vaccine that protects them against canine distemper, virus, canine adenovirus (which causes hepatitis), parvovirus, parainfluenza and rabies. They should obtain booster vaccines until they’re five months old. Staying on schedule with injections is important due to the […]

How To Care For A Pomeranian Puppy

Saturday, July 30th, 2011

There are many different breeds of dogs, and each of the breeds has different personalities and different things that need to be considered when you are training them and taking care of them. First of all, you have to be sure that when you care for a puppy you are taking their personality into consideration […]

Stop Puppy Chewing With This Simple Advice

Saturday, July 30th, 2011

Just before your puppy starts chewing up your wallet or needs surgical procedure to eliminate something, he’s swallowed, let’s look at techniques on how to stop a puppy from chewing things he shouldn’t. First of all, be sure that your puppy is in a perfect health condition. There is a medical situation called Pica that […]

About The Rubber Dog Toy

Friday, July 29th, 2011

Chewing is one of the things that dogs cannot resist especially when they are teething. Starting from the premise it is quite a normal habit for the dog, the most important thing is to figure out what can you do to make the dog stop chewing the valuable things in your house. One thing you […]

Hyper-salivation In Dogs

Friday, July 29th, 2011

Dog drooling, slobbering or hyper-salivating is not unusual in dogs. Drooling is one of the less pleasant attributes of dogs. Dogs are one of the most favorite choices for a pet but a lot of pet owners detest the shower of saliva whenever the dog shakes its head. Bloodhounds, Boxers, Mastiffs and other breeds known […]