Why do dogs like stuffed toys?

She is an amazing certified therapy dog, but she will steal the residents’ stuffed toys if you let her. Now for those of you who are handy with a needle, you can remove the padding and fill the toy with sturdy fabric – that way, it will last forever! I […]

Common questions a pug breeder should answer

If you are looking for a Pug puppy, know that you are getting a very dependent breed of dog. Due to their unnatural squashed faces, Pugs tend to have a lot of respiratory problems. Due to their wrinkled skin and flattened faces, they have trouble cleaning themselves. Due to their […]

Why Golden Retrievers Make Great Family Dogs

Golden Retrievers are friendly, intelligent, athletic, and gentle dogs. They are easily trainable, as they are classified as one of the most intelligent dogs according to Stanley Coren’s “Intelligence of Dogs” scale. This breed adores people and is not a good watchdog because they tend to be overly sociable. The […]

Wallace Nutting Pirate Prints

Most people have heard of Wallace Nutting’s hand-colored images, many are aware of the nearly 20 books he wrote, an increasing number have developed an understanding of his bench-made reproduction furniture, and a growing number of collectors. has started searching for Nutting’s Memorabilia. . In this article, we will talk […]

Potty training Yorkies is easy

This Yorkie potty training method is the one we use and it works for dogs of any size. It is simple and it works. Almost every dog ​​house training article you read tells you the same thing. Crate training your dog is the best way to house train him blah […]

Feeding your Shitzu puppy

Shitzu puppies are very active and burn calories quickly. Their initial phase of growth is during the first six months of life, although theoretically they remain puppies until eight or twelve months of age, or when they reach puberty. While your shitzu is still a puppy, it should be fed […]

The Purrfect Pets: How Selective Cat Breeding Works

The concept of selective breeding was first discovered in the mid 1800’s by the Austrian monk Johann Mendel. He presented two “laws” that fell into obscurity until their rediscovery in the early 20th century. Mendel’s first law stated that if two parents of pure strains cross and differ in a […]

Understanding and Controlling Prey Drive

Prey drive is the “buzzword” among dog people these days. Its textbook definition states that it is the instinctive behavior of carnivores to chase and capture prey, but it is commonly used to describe habits in dog training. The prey drive is what motivates a dog to chase a running […]