Feeding your dog medication can prove to be quite the chore if you don’t know what you are doing. Newbie pet owners often try improper techniques, which lead to spectacular failures. You also cannot scold your pet for not eating a bitter medication. Dogs, for example, have a highly developed sense of smell, which tells them what’s tasty and what’s not. This means you can scream or scold them all you want if they don’t want to have something, they simply won’t. Improperly shoving the medication down their throats can also lead to choking or can cause the pet to react undesirably. To help you out, here’re 4 proven tips for feeding pet meds to dogs.
People who have pets at home will have a clear understanding of the bond that easily forms between an animal and a human. Since a very long time, animals have been used in helping disabled individuals with their daily tasks. People with emotional and mental health problems like PTSD, depression, and anxiety are now found making the effective use of emotional support animals. So, are emotional support animals legitimate heroes or glorified pets? Let us have a look below.
Today we have a great infographic to show you from www.poochingaround.co.uk. It has been made to make owners aware of what they should have packed in a bag for their dogs just in case of an emergency situation such as a terror attack or natural disaster.
Take a look at the list of items and let us know if you agree with whats in the list and if theres anything else you would include?
Most dog owners know that it’s important to walk their dog at least once a day, yet recent studies have found that 20% neglect to give their dogs a daily walk.