The biggest dog food myth of all time was the belief that dogs should only be fed cooked, processed, and preserved dog food day after day. The truth is, people made this myth up years and years ago when dog food was first created so that money could be earned from the by-products and other ingredients that were not fit for human consumption. Continue reading “Top 5 Dog Food Myths Debunked!”
Every dog has his day is an old, trite saying which no longer holds much water given the fact that dog owners consider dog as not only their best friend but also as a family member or even a surrogate child. In this case the dog gets the best treatment, perhaps one that rivals the love they would give to their child. Continue reading “Every Dog Has His Day – Every Day With Dog Boutique Accessories”
House training a puppy may take some time but in order for you to successfully do this, it will take patience, consistency and of course, positive reinforcements.
Your main goal here is not only learning how to house train a puppy, but also instilling good habits as well as building a loving bond. The entire process would probably last for around 4 to 6 months. For some puppies, there are times when the training would take for as long as a year or two. Continue reading “How To House Train a Puppy – Helpful Tips”
Bully sticks are made from beef, and are dog treats or chews that are made from the penis or pizzle of a bull. Thus it is made of pure muscle and nothing else. They are made differently by different vendors but are a favorite among all the dogs. They are frequently sold loose in bins and are dried without cooking for consumption. Many vets themselves are unaware of the body part used in bully sticks. If bully is mentioned in the name of your dog’s chewy treat, you can be sure that the penis is part of it. Continue reading “Bully Sticks For Your Dog”