We’d like to think our dogs love us…and most of us would swear that they do. We can tell by how happy they are to see us when we get home and they loyal companionship. And now, thanks to a recent study, it seems that scientific data finally backs us up.
Not only does your dog love you, but he tells you he loves you in his own way, every day. Here are 10 ways he lets you know:
Every dog owner hears plenty of well-meaning advice, but sometimes it’s not the most accurate information. In a world full of Google searches and old wives’ tales, it’s very easy to hear things about dog care that isn’t entirely true. Every dog is different, of course, and there are some universal truths (like no chocolate) that should always be respected.
But let’s put these seven common dog myths to rest once and for all, shall we?
Does your dog like baths? If so, you’re very lucky. Some pups enjoy them, others would rather stay dirty for life. Bath time can be tough, especially if your dog has IVDD or other back problems. Here are some tips for enjoying a safe, fun bathing experience.
Maybe your dogs are your children, or perhaps you have young human kids as well and you just want your pup to share in the fun of a gift basket. Easter is this Sunday, but you’ve still got time to assemble a little basket of treats for your pooch.
First, a pro tip: instead of using fake grass in your dog’s basket, use real wheat cat grass clippings. It’s safe for him to eat (much safer than the fake stuff!) and it smells good.
Dogs are part of the family, so it’s only natural to want to show off photos of your “babies.” But trying to get a dog to cooperate for a photo session is actually harder than snapping a good human baby photo at times (an immobile baby, at least). There’s no reasoning with a hyperactive, easily distracted pup who doesn’t know where to look.