Category Archives: Pet

Dog Crying-What to Do to Stop Crying Puppies

 [Video] Dog crying-what can it be?

As we have already said in the article How to get the dog to stop crying, there are basic 3 Laws that must be followed so that your puppy understands the following:

  • He has not been abandoned;
  • He’s not alone;
  • He’s safe.

If he’s not crying for physical reasons, that is, if he is not ill, with fever, with some kind of parasite, with an infection or machucadura, he necessarily is crying for one of these three causes. Continue reading

What to Do When Your Dog Doesn’t Want to Eat?

Posted by Raquel Bersano in Dec 2013-20

By Marília Vargas, team Dressage Rider Dog citizen.

Your dog doesn’t eat right? When you serve the feed, your dog looks, smells and not eat? What might be occurring? Continue reading

How To Clean Baby Toys

Babies usually have lots of toys, after all they get not only from their parents but from the whole family. They are usually spread around the house, arranged on shelves or even on the floor.

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Need for Tweed Dog Sweater

When the air becomes cool and your dog walks require a jacket, it’s time to pack up your dog too. Choosing a dog sweater to keep your dog warm on those cool outdoor walks is important. With such a variety of sweaters available today dog, pick the right one so your pet will be comfortable on those frosty days.

Measure your dog before you shop for a dog sweater. Place a tape measure at the base of his neck and run it to the base of its tail when it meets the body. Record this measurement. Many dogs are sized sweaters along the torso of your dog.

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Preventing Dog Bites

The lack of socialization, exercise, and health problems are some of the factors that influence that a dog bite someone. Millions of people are bitten by dogs each year and the children are the most common victims. Any dog can bite, but with the necessary education, human and canine side, these accidents can be avoided.

Beware of strange dogs
You and your family, especially children, should refrain from petting a strange dog, especially if they are behind a fence, tethered or restricted in some way. If you come across a dog while you go ride it may seem very nice from a distance, but you do not know their behavior and history. If you opt to caress it and the dog not feel excited, shy or nervous, ask for permission to the owner and ask if it is a friendly dog. If you caress a strange dog at least you do not near your face to yours. Allows that you smell your hand and move near only.

The owner’s consent is also required if you walk with your dog and wants to play with another.

Bites to children
A child and a dog should always be in the presence of an adult. According to petwithsupplies, you as an adult you must teach your child and your dog what is allowed and what not. A dog should not be if it is sleeping or disturbing if you are eating or playing. Either you must corner, pull strap or steal food or toys. It doesn’t matter if the dog is a defenseless puppy, do not tolerate that his teeth touch the child. Interfere if this happens.

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Dogs and Children

Dog owners always ask if there is a breed of dog in particular that is suitable for children. Say, “I have a son. Are the Pit Bulls good with children?” It is true that there are races that may be more appropriate than others for children. Small breeds, for example, by its tiny size and sensitivity, are not. The education that you give your dog is essential to have a child and a dog together, but the child should also know how to react to a dog and how to respect a pet. When seriously a dog bites a person, whether young or adult, some owners automatically think in getting rid of the dog, but the interaction is mutual. The following suggestions are not made so that discards the possibility of having a dog and a child together, but so that you avoid problems in the future.

What you must teach your dog
Socialize the dog as soon as you get it. It is much easier to socialize a puppy to an adult dog.

The period before the year, especially the first 12 weeks, is essential. Take it to infants and children. It allows children to give them treats. If you adopt or buy an adult dog might be already socialized. Question in the refuge of animals or kennel. Adult dogs are often quieter than the Cubs, but if it is not properly socialized the socialization process can be very long. Since the dog is a puppy you should understand that biting under any circumstances is permitted. A dog’s teeth should never touch the skin of a human. If it does, get a loud and let it just so that you know that no one will tolerate this behavior.

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