Jumping is a common and natural canine behaviour and it is important to understand why dogs do this. If we know the cause, then correcting it becomes far simpler. Read on to learn more about why this happens and what are a few options to correct this.
Haven’t we all wondered what our dogs are thinking? Or many times wondered if they love us as much as we love them? Let’s read further in this blog to figure out what it is one needs to be aware of to make more educated guesses on this.
Most dog trainers would have recommended bones for your dogs to manage their boredom, anxiety, destructive behaviours. We know that our dogs are scavengers who have a fondness for chewing, so why not feed that instinct without damaging our precious furniture & personal items.
Now that we know bones are good, we need to understand what kind of bones need to be offered to our dogs. A few tips are below:
With the right steps, we can always prepare our canine baby to have a wonderful friend in their human sibling. If you are expecting a little one or are worried about how your canine baby will be with little ones, then read on…