Will your dog respond differently to the, “come” command as you play outdoors? Hear from Certified Animal Behavior Consultant, Steve Dale, as he walks you through the distractions and challenges you may face as you work with your dog in an outdoor setting. Visit http://www.vitabone.com for even more dog training tips from Steve.
3 Secrets to Choosing the Best Shampoos for Your Pet Dog
Do dogs need to be groomed and given a bath at regular intervals? If you want to keep your dog healthy, it is advisable to give it a bath at least once a month. A good shampoo and conditioner can help remove dead skin cells and control allergens and dust mites.Winter Weather Tips for Your Pup
Winter weather can be dangerous for pets. Here are a few tips to keep your dog happy and healthy during the cold winter weather.Dog Behavior Series 13 – Why Is My Dog A Finicky Eater?
If you are looking for help treating your dog’s behavioral issues, or just curious about why your dog does what he does, then this Behavioral Series is for you. This segment focuses on why dogs are finicky eaters. So, why is your dog a finicky eater?Bravecto – Feasible, Trustable and Efficient Parasitic Treatment
With several options available for flea and tick treatments in the market, we tend to look for the most efficient and affordable product that suits both, our pet and pocket. Bravecto – an oral flea and tick treatment has proven its effectiveness with the tested times.Is Your Dog Safe In Your Garden?
The internet is both a mine and a minefield of information! There are many websites that provide lists of toxic and non-toxic plants, some of these lists are extensive and many contradictory in some ways. Not many pages will tell you what exactly might happen to your dog should they eat something so called “toxic” and it could be easy to get paranoid or complacent! If you are concerned about what your dog might eat do your own homework.