What to Know Before You Adopt a New Pet

What to Know Before You Adopt a New Pet

According to the 2017-2018 National Pet Owners Survey, 85 million families, or 68 percent of U.S. households, own pets. If your family is looking to join those ranks, here are some suggestions. Research the best pet for you Here’s a list of questions to ask: What’s...

Heat stroke in dogs: What you need to know

Some people believe that long fur insulates a dog and keeps them cool. After just minutes the coat begins to hold in body heat. Long-haired dogs in warmer climates should be trimmed short. Even with air conditioning, these dogs can get ridiculously hot. If you like...

Never ever let your pet lick your face

Often, dog owners allow their furry friends to get a little bit too close, and research is showing that this could be detrimental to your health. We all love our pets; the warm and friendly welcome when you come home from a long and tiring day, the constant and...

Dogs can grey due to stress the same as humans

For humans, grey hairs due to stress is a common and natural part of life, but new research proves that dogs suffer the same thing. A survey of over 400 dogs was taken, and it clearly showed that going grey was not only a sign of getting older. People who work in high...

The Standard Poodle is the perfect dog

When I was a child I always wanted a dog , but my brothers fear of dogs put paid to that and I had to be content walking the neighbours dogs. The first thing I did when I bought my own property was to buy a dog, the only problem was that my partner was allergic to...