Posted on: July 14, 2020 Posted by: Kimberly Thibodeaux Comments: 0

You Need to Watch Your Dog’s Weight

Fat dogs are likely to end up with serious dog health problems. Ask yourself these three questions. Is your dog starting to look a little overweight? Is it difficult to feel your dog’s ribs? Has your dog gained a few extra pounds in the last year? If you answered ‘yes’ to one or more of these questions then maybe it is time to start thinking about a weight control program…

Posted on: July 13, 2020 Posted by: Kimberly Thibodeaux Comments: 0

How to Train Your Dog for A Better Life

Training your dog is a long and rewarding process. By teaching your dog to obey you, you’re increasing the quality of life for both dog and master. As with every healthy relationship, both parties need to develop an understanding of who is the boss, what their expectations are, and so on. Imagine being able to take your dog out for a walk without being jerked around on a leash. Telling…

Posted on: July 12, 2020 Posted by: Kimberly Thibodeaux Comments: 0

Is Your Dog is Losing Her Hair?

In case you had not observed, dogs are hairy animals. The average dog has about 15,000 hairs per square inch, which is 15 times the density of human hair. Genetics contribute to canine hair development patterns, which explains the existence of naturally bald or nearly-bald types like the Chinese Crested, the Xolo (Mexican Hairless) and the American Hairless Terrier. There are likewise certain breeds with an inherited tendency toward irregular…

Posted on: July 12, 2020 Posted by: Kimberly Thibodeaux Comments: 0

How to Give Your Dog an Amazing Makeover

How’s your dog looking these days? Running through puddles, rolling in mud, and fighting off fleas can leave any dog looking drab. But it doesn’t have to be that way. And you don’t have to spend a lot of money to have a fabulous looking dog. Follow these tips and your dog will be the “cats meow”! The most essential part of the process is perfecting the coat. You want…

Posted on: July 11, 2020 Posted by: Kimberly Thibodeaux Comments: 0

Top Tips on Good Nutrition for Your Dog

If you have a dog of your own, you will know that a full tummy doesn’t nearly cover the whole process of deciding which dog food to buy. Your dog is your best friend, you will want him to live the fullest, happiest life that he can. Feeding him the best food will not only ensure that he is healthy and happy, but has a shiny coat and lively tail…

Posted on: July 9, 2020 Posted by: Kimberly Thibodeaux Comments: 0

Does Your Pup Have a “Pee-Pee” Problem?

When I saw the beautiful blonde face of the German Shepherd mix pup in the newspaper, it was love at first sight. She was being held at one of the State’s animal shelters–about an hour and a half from where I live. I contacted the the phone number with the listing, and found that this lovely little pup actually had a very kind benefactor that had saved her from a…

Posted on: July 9, 2020 Posted by: Kimberly Thibodeaux Comments: 0

Dog Training 101: Basic Commands to Teach Your Dog

There are of course many reasons for owners to want a calm, obedient, and faithful dog. For one thing, obedient and trained dogs are happier dogs, less likely to get into tussles with people or with other dogs. Another reason is that many communities require that the dogs living in their neighborhoods be well-trained. This is especially true for many breeds thought to have aggression and behavior problems — dog…

Posted on: July 8, 2020 Posted by: Kimberly Thibodeaux Comments: 0

The Importance of Getting a Dog Bed

Investing in a good quality dog bed is one of the more important things a dog owner can do for their dog. A lot of people assume that getting a dog bed is an indulgence or a luxury. A good dog bed is far from that. Your dog needs a warm, supportive bed in just the same way that you do. A quality dog bed can provide security for your…

Posted on: July 8, 2020 Posted by: Kimberly Thibodeaux Comments: 0

Your Dog is Trying to Tell You Something

Dogs are social creatures; therefore they require a pet language in order to get along. How canines communicate with one another is based on a system of typical signals. Undoubtedly, pets can’t talk, so their “language” is consisted of other signals– primarily body movement, such as motion and positioning of the ears and tail, as well as how a pet positions himself near other pets. Your dog’s forefathers endured by…

Posted on: July 7, 2020 Posted by: Kimberly Thibodeaux Comments: 0

Man’s Best Friend & Separation Anxiety

A dog is part of every home and part of the family. Knowing what your pet is undergoing is very essential to any dog owner Our homes are almost never complete if we do not have something to cheer us up. Aside from our children and our personal hobbies, the one thing that gives us great pleasure whenever we are at home is our pet — which is usually a…