Are you tired of cleaning dog hair from your floors again and again? Does your dog shred too much?
If you think shaving his hair will help you, then hold on. No matter whether you want to make summer bearable for your dog or just done with picking up hair piles each day, shaving your dog is an option as long as you're doing it after taking all safety precautions.
I know how frustrating it is to see your well-trained pup excreting again in the places exactly where he's taught not to.
Leo, my GSD, started defecating in prohibited places like the house, at the age of 10 months. For me, it was really difficult to start the potty training again from scratch.
You may have loved the salt and pepper look till the date but watching your fur-bud's muzzle turning grey can be really agonizing.
Leo, my GSD, suddenly started growing grey strands all over his body. I'm well aware of the dog's aging but never imagined that I would see such changes in him just at the age of 3.
Did you know that dogs have 300 million olfactory receptors, where humans have only 6 million?
Yes, it's true. And probably that's why we can give them the tag of 'Masters of Smell' without any hesitation.
Plus, the smell-analyzing part of a dog's brain is 40 times bigger than humans. So, there is no doubt that your canine friend experiences the world, mostly by smell.
Has your dog suddenly become a lazy lad from a hyperactive pup? Is he facing a hard time to get out of bed in the morning?
Is he limping throughout the time instead of playing and running? And most importantly, is he avoiding your touch?
If yes, don't make a mistake by taking these behaviors lightly. I have already done that, and the worst thing is, my dog paid off for my fault.
Is it raining outside? Did your pup just miss his daily evening walk? Is he getting bored and whining all the time?
Well, it's quite frustrating for your dog when bad weather spoils his day out. Rainy days, extreme temperature fall, snowstorms, or the newly introduced quarantine anything can get in the way of your pup's well planed outdoor exercise schedule.
Is your dog bored of catching the same Frisbee again and again? Do you think it's time to introduce him to some new and cool dog games? If yes, you are just in the right place. Here I am going to share the 6 best games to play with your dog. No matter whether you want to revamp his daily exercise routine or give him enough cause to stay interested in playing, these games are going to give you a handful of ideas to keep your pup engaged.