It’s a measure of the great happiness that dogs can bring into their owners’ homes that even the most finicky housekeepers are willing to deal with the upkeep. Owning a dog is no trivial matter if the state of your home is of great importance because a dog can add considerably to your cleaning to-do list. They shed, they soil the carpet, they drool, their hair carries allergens, and they spread dander. What’s more, dog odor can dominate a household. It’s no wonder dog owners are so passionate about their pets — they’d have to be to keep up with the mess. Below are some budget-conscious ways you can keep your house as clean as humanly possible. Continue reading “Budget-Friendly Tips for Dog Owners Who Expect to Keep a Clean House”
When your dog is left unattended, he or she may tend to get into a bit of mischief. While you’re away for the day, it might not be uncommon to come home to a chewed couch, slobbery shoes, or miscellaneous doggie accidents. What are you to do? The most common doggie disasters stem from boredom; if your dog is bored, he or she is more likely to chew, bark, dig, knock things over, and beg for attention. The following checklist offers valuable tips and tricks for reducing doggie boredom. Continue reading “How to Avoid Potential Doggie Disasters – A Checklist”
Dog Fear of Loud Noises Thunderstorms and Fireworks- What you need to know!
Summer time brings holiday celebrations with noise and light. It also brings about good storms that leave that particular smell in the air. As people, we love these things, but our pets may feel differently. A matter of concern is Dog Fear Of Loud Noises
During this time of year there is Dog Fear of Loud Noises, so we get a lot of phone calls for help! Each pet is different, so treatment can vary. Of course, your veterinary behavior team is here to help, but here’s a list of things you can do to get started. Continue reading “Dog Fear of Loud Noises Thunderstorms and Fireworks- What you need to know!”