Puppies & Puppyhood

Pros and Cons of Buying a Puppy

Before getting a puppy check out the questions below. Can you honestly say YES, to every one of the following? Are you prepared for those first few sleepless nights? Get it wrong and it could be many more sleepless nights. Will you really be prepa...

Digital Dogs: The Danger Of Buying Puppies Online

“I want a dog.” That has been my desperate (but ultimately, hopeless) demand for 30-years and one month. In 1987, I was propped against a giant teddy bear to watch BBC TV series One Man and His Dog along with eight million other adoring viewers. I...

How To Avoid Runaway Pups

In an ideal world, a lost dog would be able to head up to the nearest police station and reel off their address, owner’s names and home phone number. Our pups are intelligent, but I think this may be expecting just a little too much. Many dogs hav...

Tips When Bringing a Puppy to Your Home

Bringing a puppy to your family home can add an exciting new chapter to your life. You’ll incur a lot of responsibilities and have to get involved in time-consuming and strenuous activities, but the end result is very rewarding. To help things run...

What to Do When You Bring A New Puppy Home

Bringing a new puppy into your home is an exciting (and busy) time for you and your family; but it doesn’t have to be an exhausting process. With a little advanced planning, your puppy can get settled into his new home, and establish a routine tha...

Dog Essentials - 5 Things To Buy for Your New Dog

If you are a new dog owner or soon to become one, then congratulations! You are about to enjoy many years of loving bond with your new pet friend. Not to mention all the surprising health benefits you will have. Now, an important element of bein...

Tips to House Train a Puppy

There are a few secrets to house training a puppy, although most of the emphasis will be on you. It is up to you to take control of the training, be consistent, and make sure that everyone in the household takes responsibility as well. It is m...

Things You Need to Know To Survive Your Puppy

When I talk about surviving your puppy I am talking about what you need to know to survive and co-exist with a puppy between the ages of 8 and 16 weeks. This can be a very exhausting and trying time for a new dog owner. During this period ther...

Quick Tips About How to House Break Your Pup

Did you know the main reason dogs result in your pet dog shelter is not enough proper house breaking? House training is very crucial and will be established as soon as one turns into a puppy. House training includes bathroom training. How To P...

Why Heated Beds Are So Important for Puppies

They may have snug fur coats to keep them warm, but when puppies arrive in the world their body temperature is much lower than that of an adult dog. For an adult dog, normal body temperature is between 100°F and 102.5°F (around 38°C to 39.2°C)...