In this page you’ll find published articles and blog posts that I’ve written. Although most of my blog posts are about dogs, I enjoy writing about several other topics and am open to write content for other industries. By clicking on any one of the links below, you’ll get the entire post.
You probably already want a dog but you need proof that it’s a good decision to make. Maybe you’re looking for reasons to get a dog so you can show it to your spouse or your parents to have them on board. Whatever brought you to this blog post, I’m sure you’ll be ready to get a dog by the end of it. So just keep on reading to find out why you need a dog in your life!
If you own a dog, chances are that you’ve seen him begging you to give him a bit of what you’re eating. Even if you’re eating a piece of fruit. You might think “what harm can it do?”. Fruits are great sources of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. All of these are great for our health. But what about our dog’s health? Are all fruits safe?
There are tricks that are cute but there are others that are incredibly useful in your day to day life. In this blog post, I want to tell you about 5 easy and helpful tricks that you can teach your dog. These tricks are more than they seem. By this, I mean that they can be used for a variety of situations, including helping you manage your dog’s behavior.
Not sure why you should neuter your dog? Well, you’re in the right place! Neutering is the only 100% effective birth control method used in dogs. There are several reasons why it’s a good idea to neuter (or spay). But I’ll try to keep it short and simple and talk about the biggest 5 reasons to have it done to your dog.
You’ve decided to go ahead with neutering your dog. But now what? Don’t worry, you’re in the right place! In this blog post, I’ll tell you everything you need to know about neutering your dog. We’ll talk about the “when”, the costs, the recovery time, and how you can prepare for your dog’s recovery. So keep on reading!
Summer is here and with it comes a higher risk of heatstroke in dogs. In this post, I want to walk you through what is heatstroke and what are the biggest risk factors. It’s also important to know how to prevent it, what are the signs that tell you your dog is having one and what to do about it. That way, if it happens to your dog, you’re able to catch it early. This is important so that your dog won’t suffer permanent and severe consequences.
Do you love brushing your dog’s hair and make sure he’s clean and always looking good? Then you may be the right person to become a dog groomer! As more people adopt dogs, more people also want to keep them clean and tidy. But they lack the skills, knowledge, time, and tools to do so. This means there’s a great need for dog groomers and you can be one of them!
We all want our dog to do cool and fun tricks so we can show him off to our family and friends. However, in order for your dog to do those tricks you need to teach him. Just like us, our pets aren’t born knowing all the tricks in the book.
So you’ve gone to the pet store and you saw some toothbrushes for dogs. That made you wonder if you should brush your dog’s teeth. Is it really necessary? If so, how do you do it and how often? Sadly, many pet owners don’t realize the importance of this and end up not brushing their dog’s teeth regularly.
If you’re a dog owner, I’m sure that at some point in your dog-owning journey you’ve heard that you need to socialize your dog. If you’re new to dog-owning or have recently adopted a new pup, then don’t skip this post. It is crucial for your puppy to develop into a well balanced and happy dog. Alright, so you know you should socialize your puppy. But why? And how? The “socialization” process is a very important part of your puppy’s life.
It’s crucial to know how to go about cleaning your dog’s ears as it is an important part of caring for his health. Dog ears can easily accumulate dirt which can lead to ear infections. It’s important that you check your dog’s ears on a regular basis. If your dog usually enjoys a good ear rubbing and one day he pulls away, it can be because he has an ear infection. Always check with your vet if your dog shows any signs of ear infection.
What would we do if we knew how many words could our dogs learn? We would teach them all! And maybe even try to see if our dog is able to know even more than that.
Is your dog showing aggressive behavior? Dealing with dog aggression can be scary but there’s hope! Aggression is not a personality trait, it’s a response to specific stimuli. You’re able to change this response through training.