If you think insomnia is solely a human issue, then you might be surprised to hear that it is not. Dogs (and even cats) can suffer from sleepless nights and insomnia is something that affects them equally as much as it does humans. Remarkably, many of the reasons that humans suffer from insomnia are the same reasons that cause dogs to be unable to sleep.Continue reading “4 Tips for Curing Insomnia in Dogs”
As a dog owner, dealing with canine separation anxiety and distress can sound like a daunting task. When you become a dog parent, you never even think about the potential behavioral issues that might arise and the thought of having a dog that struggles with anxiety almost seems slightly absurd. The reality is, though, that at one point or another during your life of being a doggy parent, you are going to have to deal with issues and one of the most common is learning how to correctly and effectively treat separation anxiety.Continue reading “4 Steps To Treat Separation Anxiety In Dogs”
While dogs and cats are the most common pets, many people come down on one side as either cat or dog fans, and this usually correlates with certain personality types. That’s not to say dog lovers are masculine and cat lovers are feminine. It’s more about what they’re looking for in a companion.
When it comes to cats, there is a lot of misinformation floating around. So in this post, we’ll be clearing up some misconceptions about cats and shining light onto how they think, and how they regard their human companions.
Our canine companions are often pretty straightforward creatures. They wear their emotions on their sleeves, and we can generally understand them through a simple look they give us, or the tone of their bark, or the way they move around the room. Dogs are different than cats in this way, as cats are more secretive and less emotional.
That said, there are still questions many people have about these furry creatures. In this post, we’ll be answering some frequently asked questions about dogs.
There’s a reason cats and dogs are some of the most common pets. They are different enough from us to be interesting, while similar enough to make good companions. It also makes it easier that, despite the notorious animosity they have for each other, they can usually learn to live together. Cats and dogs also love us back – pet sitters will attest to this, as they often see signs of them missing our presence while we’re away.
So you’ve made the decision that you and your family are finally ready to get a new puppy. Getting a new puppy is as fun, as it is hard work. Puppies, despite being one of the cutest things on earth that can also bring a whole bunch of happiness into your life, take a lot of time and commitment to care for. So before you go out and adopt or buy a new puppy, there are some important things to keep in mind ( more than just what his or her name will be). Find out how you can get your home, your family, and yourself ready for all the love and work that comes when taking care of a brand new puppy. Continue reading “How To Take Care Of A New Puppy”
Proponents of grain-free dog food say that this type of canine chow closely mimics the kind of diet that ancestral dogs have; hence, they are more suitable for dogs. They are also beneficial in a variety of ways. In this post, we’ll try to understand the merits of giving grain-free dog food to our pets by looking at the benefits that these kinds of food provide.
For any dog owner, hiring an in-home sitting service offers a unique, affordable alternative to boarding your family pet at a kennel facility. Additionally, it also alleviates the need to rely on neighbors, family or friends to check on your dog when you are gone. Professional pet sitters are hired to offer one-on-one care by visiting your home daily and keeping your animal on his or her regular routine of watering, feeding and going outdoors.