Playing fetch in sub-zero temperatures is not fun for you or for your puppy. Playing inside can get boring pretty fast, especially with a puppy’s short attention span. We have some great games that can keep you both happy by being fun for puppy and training him at the same time!
Archive for January, 2010
Long strokes and little scratches are loved by dogs, cats and all other species alike. That’s how we show our pets affection and love. But did you know your hands can actually help their health? Massages are no longer just for humans!
You’ll be hard pressed to find someone who can resist the cute, wrinkly face of an English Bulldog puppy. And that may be a big reason of why you have a little one running around your home right now. But keeping those adorable wrinkles clean can be a feat, if you don’t know the tricks!
We all know that accidents can happen at any time and any place – at home, in the car, at the park, on vacation, anywhere! Having a pet first aid kit can mean the difference between life and death.
Many of us have always believed that human medicines could not be given to our pets. And while this is true for some medications, there are some every day meds in your cabinet that can offer some quick relief for your furry kid.
We all know the importance of vaccinations and other shots for our puppies at a young age. Worming is something that can be overlooked if signs are not shown. But worming is very important and can cause major health issues if not taken care of at an early age.
Beabull puppies make great additions for pretty much any family. They have the intelligence and determination of their Bulldog heritage along with the stubbornness and strong will of Beagles. This mixture can make the breed harder to train than other breeds. But we have the best tips to make your Beabull puppy a star!