Playtime with your dog should be fun and safe, yet it is suprising how many dog toys are not safe for your dog. Learn how to spot an unsafe dog toy, which dog games promote healthy play and the hidden benifits of dog playtime.
Dogs love to play with toys, but not anything can be suitable for your pet, so what do you need to know about dog toys, which are safe, and which are not?
Your backyard is a place where many dogs are left on their own while you are at work. Is your yard a safe place for your dog?
Winter's gone, here comes Summer! Time to dust off those jogging shorts and get fit with your dog! Cold weather is no longer an excuse!
Puppies, like babies, explore the world with their mouths; the tastes and textures of objects help them to learn. However they must learn what is appropriate to chew.
Many dog owners use punishment to correct problem behaviour, however you may find that reinforcing good behaviour works better and keeps your dog happier.
Many dog owners who have a pet that has passed the puppy stage will say they want to change at least one behaviour trait in their animal. To start that change you need to understand basic training techniques, but most of all you need to understand your dog.