A Patient Golden Retriever Dog Lovingly Cares for a Caterwauling Litter of Orphaned Newborn Kittens – this story is so heart warming.
Keep your dog safe from Canine Influenza.
I am on one of those owners who spoil my dogs. They have more sweaters and tees than I do, and homemade treats galore. Same goes for their beds. Each room of the house has a doggy bed.
I allow my dogs to choose their “sleeping zone”. For example: My alpha male, Dido, loves to sleep under my bed. After he has chosen this spot, I simply put his bed there – this will be not only his quiet sleeping place, but also his safe zone. And by safe zone, I mean a place that belongs to the dog alone. A place where it won’t be disturbed.
Clink on this link to see different beds from PetSmart for you furbaby.
Since I live in the city, leash is a necessity. And with huge selection from the stores, how do you know which leash to get? It all comes down to preference.
I prefer nylon leashes. They are durable, don’t easily stretch and are easy to clean. When choosing the right leash, consider the following:
- Does it feel comfortable in your hand?
- Does it slip out of your hard easily? If yes, than this is not your leash.
- If the dog were to suddenly pull, would the leash cut into your hand?
- Are the clips durable and easy to open/close?
For city dwellers, the leash shouldn’t be more than 4-feet long. It should be long enough to keep your dog close to you and out of danger, yet let it feel unrestricted. If you live in a more remote location, than you can give your dog a little more wiggle room, as you aren’t limited by space