Their cute little faces, big dark eyes and small size make the Maltipoo irresistible! If you’re looking for a Maltipoo puppy for sale, you may have questions about the breed. PuppyMatch4You has the answers!
Archive for October, 2009
Sure, we all love our dogs from their cute little feet to their floppy (or pointy) ears and big smiles and sometimes even their stinky mouths. One thing I’m sure every dog owner will agree with – we do not love their loose hair! Especially when it’s flying around our floors, creating brand new pets we didn’t even ask for…or want. We have some great suggestions to get rid of these faceless floor pets!
We’re not talking about your five year old not wanting you to go out to dinner. Nope, this is worse – your dog’s separation anxiety. Many dogs, both large and small, suffer from this which seems to frustrate any dog owners dealing with it. How do you deal with this? Is there anything you can do? To your benefit, we have the answers!
It may be surprising but many dogs suffer from allergies, both environmental and food. You may not know how to recognize the symptoms when you don’t know what they are. Here are some big cues to keep an eye out for!
Many dogs, large or small, can be afraid of the most simple things in life. To us (usually) rational humans, we cannot understand why our puppies shiver and hide during a thunderstorm or why a perfectly harmless relative causes our furry friends to run in the other direction. There is not just one answer for these behaviors but there are some easy activities to desensitize for your dog from these terrifying situations.
Many people believe housetraining a puppy is the same routine with every dog, every time. This may not be the case! As with humans, all puppies learn in different ways. How do you train your 8 week old, 2lb Chihuahua puppy to go outside in the middle of January when he hates the cold? What about your rambunctious Beagle puppy who you can barely keep an eye on? You guessed it – we have the answers!
Wolves have been digging for years to find food, bury food and build dens. These instincts are deeply rooted in your four-legged house mate but who says instincts can’t be changed? Well…lots of experts. But PuppyMatch4You.com has some tips on stopping the behavior before your yard is a burial ground of toys past.
Destructive chewing is a problem many new puppy owners deal with day in and day out. Pillows, shoes, garbage, clothes and even entire couches are vulnerable to the little teeth of your furry baby. You may be ready to pull out your hair but don’t do that just yet. It will give your puppy something else to chew. Plus, we have tips on how to control this behavior before you’re bald.
We all love kisses and it’s no different when they come from our furry companions. But licking can become a problem and quick! Obsessive licking can be a symptom of anxiety or even a health issue. We have the explanations for why your dog’s tongue moves more than their legs and tips on how to control it.