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

Dog Behavior Training: How to Get Your Dogs Disciplined

Some people train their dogs to develop their skills, others for the sheer fun it could give, but for most people, they train to discipline their pets. Dogs, even when highly domesticated, could show a lot of their instincts and natural tendencies. These are the nature. However, to adapt them to the human needs some of their instincts need to be repressed and tailored. There are several common behavior problems…

Posted on: June 12, 2020 Posted by: haysmethod Comments: 0

A Guide on How to Bathe Your Dog

Bathing a dog needs to be given more emphasis. This is because of the fact that if you are careless in bathing, the animal may end up having some infections. For example, if you dont close the ears with a large cotton ball, the water may enter into ear canals and may cause some ear infections with signs like constant discharge from the ears and shaking of the head. The…

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

Therapy Dog Training: The Benefits of a Visiting Dog

Sometimes when people are sick their need for love, support and attention just dont go within what most understand as normal. They need a lot more. Unfortunately, not all people have the time or the patience to deal with people who are sick, ill, or disordered. However, dogs when well-oriented to dog therapy training could augment the emotional and physical support that most people could not provide. Therapy dog training…

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

Service Dog Training: How to Prepare Your Dog

Service Dog Training: How to Prepare Your Dog There are three types of assistance dogs- the hearing dog, the guiding dog, and the service dog. All have the same purposes, to help people with disabilities with their life’s daily tasks. Service dogs go beyond helping people with hearing or sight impairment. They could also be trained as seizure response dogs or mobility assistance dogs depending on the special training the…

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

Is Your Dog Slipping and Sliding?

Is your dog struggling on slippery tile floors or hardwood floors? Are they slipping and sliding all over the place? Are they elderly or have they been injured? If that’s the case, stick around because I may have just the solution for you. You see, our older dog pulled a muscle, and he was having trouble walking on our Saltillo Tile floors. We had to come up with a solution…

Posted on: June 10, 2020 Posted by: Kimberly Thibodeaux Comments: 0

How You Can Help Your Aging Pet

Age creeps up on everybody, even our pets. The indications can be subtle and quickly missed while we go about our daily lives. Nevertheless, knowing and paying attention to the signs of aging in your dog might help you catch health issues early, which might also make treatment simpler and cheaper– not to mention conserve your pet discomfort. Brent Lotz, a veterinarian assistant at Berry Hill Vet Clinic in Oregon…

Posted on: June 10, 2020 Posted by: Kimberly Thibodeaux Comments: 0

Is Your Dog Too Stuck on You?

Is your Pup too stuck on you? Being alone can be actually frightening, specifically when you are a child. A natural reaction of a kid when left alone is to weep. We have all gone through this when we were young, We were constantly glued to our parents, specifically to our mothers. This is a human impulse because our mama is the very first individual that we set eyes on.…

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

Why Does My Dog Eat Grass?

Most of us have actually seen our pups munch in the backyard–in reality, more than 67 percent of individuals state that their canine consumes grass on a weekly basis. Fortunately, it’s typical, it’s completely natural and it’s usually considered safe by vets. For myself, it’s a constant battle to keep my dog from straying off the sidewalk in pursuit of a tasty morsel! But, have you ever wondered why your…