Have you ever had a dog that just didn’t get along with other dogs. Sometimes it is the disposition of the dog. Other times it is plain old jealousy. And sometimes it is a behavioral problem. Whatever the reason we pet parents often get a second dog as a companion for our first dog. This list is a list of dogs that are not dog-friendly. So if you’re planning on having more than one dog in the house you might want to stay away from these dog breeds.
We domesticated the dog a long time ago. And with that we have completely changed their personalities. Once a very robust hardened breed they are now more sensitive to their surroundings as well as to the treatment they get from their owners. Because of this change there are now many breeds of dog that have a low sensitivity level. If you are planning on getting a dog that is not too sensitive you may want to stay away from these breeds of dogs that have a low sensitivity level.
Fleas are annoying, but every pet owner knows the pests are actually more than a nuisance—their bites can cause itching and irritation on your pets skin, and they carry a myriad of diseases, too. There are plenty of options available for killing fleas, but many contain chemicals and non-natural ingredients.
Have you been keeping up on the news about dog treats lately? If so you’ve probably noticed that many treats get recalled for various reasons but mainly because of health risk concerns. If you’re like me you probably hesitate about buying any kind of dog treat because of the potential health risks. If so, then why not make your own dog treats.
Dogs have long been our companion animals. They stay at our sides, providing us with comfort and happiness. People around the world have long relied on dogs to do certain things. A dog can be trained to do all sorts of amazing tasks. Some dogs guide blind people while others may be trained to sniff out chemicals or help provide much welcomed therapy for people with chronic illnesses. Many researchers have investigated the idea of doggy intelligence and set up certain parameters. In general, those looking to define doggy intelligence look for animals that learn quickly, respond well to human commands and can even act on their own if necessary. Researchers have come to the conclusion that certain breeds of dogs are not only beautiful but also very smart.