Dogs give humans the loyalty and company that is usually only found in other humans. It is important, then, that you learn everything you can about taking care of your pet and making sure he lives a happy life. The article below can help.
Being a dog owner requires a financial commitment. You will have to spend between $700 and $1000 a year to cover food and medical expenses. Emergency care for animals can cost thousands of collars, so think carefully about getting pet health insurance.
Take a photo of your dog when you plan to take him on vacation. If the worst happens and your pet gets lost, you have a current picture that you can show others or use to make “lost” posters.
If your puppy or dog is constantly chewing up your furniture, invest in some chew-toys. Scatter them around the floor, especially around the legs of the sofa and end-tables. Be enthusiastic about your offers to play with the chewies with your dog to encourage frequent use. This should eventually deter him from chomping your furniture. Continue reading