How To Stop Your Dog From Marking In Your House
Many folks I know have problems with their male dogs marking their homes. Here are some tips in hopes to break the habit once and for all! We’ve all seen it and we all feel the same about it. Nobody likes a dog that marks in their house. It stains furniture and makes the house smell like a kennel. It’s definitely one of the drawbacks of having a male dog. Most of us don’t even realize the dog is marking till one day we notice one area and then another and so on. Suddenly we
Be Gentle: I know my dog is old A call for improving our etiquette with older dogs.
This is a great article I read about our aging dogs. I wanted to share, as it shares so many valid points that really hit home when I recently lost my senior pup. Enjoy! Like everyone else in a society loudly lamenting a decline in civility, I recognize there are new breaches of etiquette every minute. On any typical day, cell phones alone account for the rudeness factor going off the charts. But I believe there is one type of impolite behavior among adult humans that goes
The Pros and Cons of Pet Probiotics
Everywhere you turn, it seems, celebrities are hawking the health benefits of probiotics. But is it just hype, or do probiotics really work? And if they’re good for you, could they help your pet? Simply put, probiotics are live microorganisms, such as bacteria and yeasts, which can provide health benefits when administered in appropriate amounts. In human medicine, there is evidence that probiotics may be helpful in the treatment of diarrhea, irritable bowel syndrome and inte