Nothing is as frustrating as owning an aggressive dog. Finding a doggy day care facility or overnight boarding facility that will agree to watch your aggressive dog is no small feat.
The first step is identifying your dog's specific form of aggression. Once you understand the root of and the reasons behind your dog's aggression, you can take steps to turn your pet into a better citizen.
Understanding Dog Aggression
Caring for your pet is one of the most important things that you can do as an owner, and it can also be a highly complicated and confusing task to do. These difficulties often stem from people having a limited knowledge about the various needs that their pets have. This can lead owners with good intentions to make major errors that can cause a pet to experience unnecessary stress or health problems.
If you currently have a cat or are thinking of getting a cat, you may know that cats have a reputation for not showing their symptoms when they're sick. This is only partially true! While it's true that a cat can't come to you and tell you they're not feeling well, cats do show subtle signs when they're under the weather. As a responsible pet parent, it's your duty to recognize and respond to the following signs.
There are many products that are safe for humans to use or consume, but can be deadly to household pets. They can be found both inside and outside the home, so you must be knowledgeable about products use throughout your home and property.
Easter and Your Pets
Holidays are times that pet owners must be exceptionally vigilant, because potential hazards may be present that aren't normally found in the home. These include:
It's a catch-22: you love cats but you can't seem to have one because of your allergies. While it may take a little extra work on your part, there are ways to put a cap on your allergy symptoms. Talk with your veterinarian to see what you can do to reduce your symptoms and read on for tips to make your home and pet less allergenic.
Start off with the Right Breed