Author: Mily

Teaching your dog to “talk”, or bark at command, is fun and useful: a fun trick to show to family and friends, as well as to fend off intruders. While excessive barking can be a big problem, teaching speaking and quiet commands with focus and consistency can both enhance your dog’s natural instincts and allow you to stop your dog from barking when needed. Different dog trainers and owners have different techniques, but the basic methods explained below apply to many dogs. Before You Begin To start training, you’ll need some small but tasty dog treats or your dog’s favorite…

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Cats with a healthy weight are happier, more agile, and tend to live longer. Obesity, often considered 20% or more above normal body weight, is the most common nutritional disorder in domestic cats, and in many cases, it is preventable! Why Is a Healthy Weight Important for Your Cat? Obesity leads to a decrease in quality of life. Overweight cats tend to have less physical interaction with their family members and are often less energetic, less playful, and more lethargic. They may also be at increased risk of a variety of serious health problems, including the following. Arthritis (weight gain…

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Choosing food for your cat can seem like a daunting task. There are more cat food brands and styles on the market than ever before. With so many brands out there, it can seem almost impossible to pick the best one for your cat. What to look out for in cat food? How do you know you’re making healthy choices? Some healthy ingredients to look for: Protein sources other than meat Ingredients that are low in starch Ingredient recommended by the American Association of Feed Control Officials (AAFCO). Basic Nutritional Needs of Cats Cats are considered obligate carnivores. This means…

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Although some people avoid cats because they are afraid or don’t like them, there is some hope for those who avoid cats because they are afraid of allergic reactions. A lot depends on the nature of your allergies. If your cat is the type of sneezing, watery eyes, and runny nose, you may be able to slowly and gradually build up your tolerance to the cat. However, you should get an allergy test before getting a cat, especially if you suffer from asthma. For example, about 30% of people with allergies are allergic to cats and dogs, but studies have…

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Dogs have dental problems and need dental care, just like humans. Many of us don’t examine our dog’s teeth and gums, and as a result, loose teeth are often difficult to spot. In many cases, the underlying cause of loose teeth in dogs, such as periodontal disease, does not show obvious symptoms. It’s important to know the symptoms so you can get the care and treatment you need to keep your dog happy and healthy. The Puppy’s Normal Teeth Fall Out Loose teeth are not always something to worry about, and it is normal for puppies to lose teeth as…

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Coconut oil has some benefits for dogs, just like it does for humans. However, in both cases, the benefits and risks should be carefully weighed. From relieving tummy problems and soothing irritated skin to preventing infections and reducing allergic reactions, coconut oil has also been shown to have some benefits for dogs. Before offering coconut oil to your pet, be sure to consult with your veterinarian and weigh the pros and cons of coconut oil. Here are five ways to use coconut oil on your dog. How to Use Coconut Oil? Coconut oil is extracted from ripe coconuts and is…

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New pet parents often have a lot of questions when it comes to training their dogs. This is important for many reasons. Crates can keep your dog safe while you’re away, reduce disruptive behavior, and help with home training, among other things.Some people worry that crate confinement is brutal. However, if you do it right, your dog won’t see it that way at all. Their crates can be a cozy nest where they can retreat from the family mess or just relax. It’s like their own private bedroom.Once they are home trained, your dog will have its own house and…

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Some dogs are picky eaters all year round. Some people are picky eaters only in the summer. Don’t worry, that doesn’t mean your dog is dieting to prepare their beach body. Some dogs are not so hungry at all in hot weather for a number of reasons. This is usually a very normal phenomenon.‍Why your dog might eat less Decreased activity levelsMany dogs tend to be less active during the summer months. Many dog owners are aware of heat stroke, or burning paw pads on concrete, so they shorten their activity and play time. People also usually walk their dogs…

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Tartar and gingivitis are two of the most common problems veterinarians see in dogs. Poor dental hygiene can lead to gum disease, tooth loss and, if left untreated, to more serious diseases such as bacterial infections of the heart, liver, or kidneys.In fact, 80% of dogs and 70% of cats show signs of oral and dental disease by the age of three. Gingivitis and tartar can progress to periodontal disease or form an abscess. These infections can spread to your dog’s heart valves, liver, and kidneys. This is serious business. 1. Brush your teeth dailyBrushing your pet’s teeth helps remove plaque…

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There are 6 kinds of dogs that everyone is most prejudiced against, and their innate personality and behavior can not only destroy your personality, but also destroy your warm little home… Look at the editor said so evil, let’s take a look at which dogs are the “mask killers” sent by the devil. 1. Shiba InuWhat impressed us most about Shiba Inu was the “Hachiko Inu” and the memes that flooded the Internet world, but you know what? Shiba Inu’s personality is very stubborn, as long as it wants to do something must not stop its determination, just like how to…

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