5 Puppy Behaviors to Nip in the Bud Early

Bringing home a new puppy is an exciting time. However, puppies don’t usually come just with cuteness. They bring responsibilities that we need to take care of.  Addressing certain behaviors early on can prevent them from becoming ingrained habits that are difficult to break later. Here are five puppy behaviors to nip in the bud early for a well-behaved dog:   1. Nipping and Biting:  Puppies explore the world with their mouths, but it's essential to teach them that biting humans is not acceptable. When your puppy nips or bites, let out a yelp or say "ouch" in a high-pitched...

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10 Fun Games to Play with Your Dog this Summer

As the sun shines brighter and the days grow longer, it's the perfect time to enjoy some outdoor fun with your canines. From fetch to water play, summer offers endless opportunities to bond with your dog while keeping them active and engaged. In this guide, we'll explore 10 exciting games to play with your canine companion this summer, ensuring they stay happy, healthy, and energized. 1. FetchGrab a ball or frisbee and head to the park for a classic game of fetch. Not only does it provide excellent exercise for your dog, but it also strengthens the bond between you as...

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Promoting Responsible Pet Ownership: World Spay and Neuter Month

February marks an important occasion in the world of animal welfare – World Spay and Neuter Month. This global initiative aims to raise awareness about the significance of spaying and neutering dogs and cats in combating the pet overpopulation crisis. As responsible pet owners, it's crucial to understand the positive impact of these procedures on both individual animals and the community at large. The Pet Overpopulation Crisis The alarming issue of pet overpopulation is a widespread concern worldwide. Shelters and rescue organizations are often overwhelmed with stray and unwanted animals, leading to the euthanasia of countless innocent lives. Spaying and...

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Early Warning Signs of Cancer in Dogs

Falling ill with common conditions like a simple cold is challenging for the body. Now imagine, how challenging it must be to be diagnosed with cancer? It’s as difficult for our pets as it is for us. And the news can sometimes be very overwhelming. February 4th is widely known as World Cancer Day and today we thought that we should be talking to you about - How to recognise some early, possible signs of cancer in dogs.  Being aware of these signs can enable you to identify symptoms in the initial stages of the disease. This early detection allows...

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The Difference Between Grain-Free and Gluten-Free Diets for Dogs

Grain-free and gluten-free are two terms that you may encounter when choosing dog food. But what do they mean, and how do they affect your dog’s health? In this blog post, you will learn the difference between grain-free and gluten-free diets for dogs, the advantages and disadvantages of each, and how to choose the best diet for your dog.
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Traveling with Dogs in a Train

Planning a trip in India? Good news - you don't have to leave your dog behind! Railway passengers in India are allowed to travel with their dogs long as they bide by the rules. For those interested, here's a personal guide from Ms. Chinar Tekchandi, veterinarian, based on her OWN experience with train travel with her dog to help you do the same safely and smoothly!
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