Category Archives: Behavior

Autism in Dogs and How to Deal With It

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Autism is generally a term associated with humans, but unfortunately, it can be used for dogs as well. Many may not know this, but dogs have suffered and are still suffering from autism. So what is autism? Well, in layman terms autism is the impairments in social interactions and communications as well as restrictive and… Read More »

Dogs And Their Sleeping Habits

“Sleep is that golden chain that ties health and our body together.”- Thomas Dekker. This line is as true as you are while sleeping and this quote is not only valid for you but also valid for your dog. Apart from flea and tick treatments, heartworm preventives and other vaccinations, dogs also need sound and… Read More »

Raising A Puppy When You Work Full Time

It’s often seen that working parents have to leave their toddlers back at home, alone and away from them until they reunite at the end of their working hours. But, does this mean that they aren’t thinking about them the entire day. Ofcourse they are!! The thoughts of their babies’ whereabouts and activities constantly worry a parent… Read More »

5 Ways to Calm Down A Young Dog

Young dogs exuberate tons of energy. They are always frivolous and elated and this vibrancy never seems to die out no matter what you do. These furry bundles of joy can even get up in the middle of the night and indulge in some mischief. However, sometimes, this attitude can be overwhelming to pet owners… Read More »

Moving with your Dog: 5 Ways to Help Dogs Adjust to a New Home

We all know that moving to a new place can be a stressful task for us. But our pets also face a lot of difficulties when these transitions occur. As humans, pets can also get accustomed to their environment and can become quite resistant to change. As they can’t express their emotions as humans do,… Read More »

How To Treat Hot Spots On Dogs?

Hot spots are rough and red patches formed on the pet’s skin due to itching, licking or scratching. They are also known as summer sores or moist dermatitis. These hotspots can appear anywhere on the pet skin but more commonly found on the head or neck area of the pet. It is a very uncomfortable… Read More »