Dogs by nature are social creatures. That’s the basis of social enrichment.
Physical environment is the third form of enrichment for animals. But feng shui for dogs? Go with me on this one.
It’s easy to overlook all the amazing smells, textures, sounds, tastes and sights in life when we get busy and focused on the demands of life. Our dogs are probably more tuned into these things than we are, but we tend short-change them on those experiences.
Dogs, for the most part, have it pretty easy these days.
They don’t have to hunt and forage for their own food. They have it presented to them two or three times a day. For many dogs, mealtime lasts, oh, maybe 30 seconds.
They are members of our family, our best friends, and lifelong companions. You would do anything to help them. Do you have the information and skills to keep pace with their needs?
A quick search of the App Store for any smart phone will return an overwhelming list of apps that claim to do everything from stopping your dog from barking to helping you find pet-friendly travel accommodations. This month, we start to compile a list of the most interesting, effective and favored smart phone apps for…
I was coming out of a veterinarian’s office the other week when I ran into a woman who had been a client in a puppy class a couple years ago. Her pup, an adorable English Bulldog, was a delight — classically Bulldog. He was a gift from the woman’s son. This woman loved her dog…