Bringing home an adult Japanese Chin

Adopting an adult Japanese Chin is quite different from adopting a puppy. An adult dog may have a harder time adjusting to your lifestyle based on their previous treatment and social life. Japanese Chinstraps are by nature a very loyal pet and with firm rules and a lot of love and attention, even the most difficult will become an excellent […]

Healthy diet for hemorrhoid prevention

Eating a healthy hemorrhoid prevention diet is not only great for colon and digestive health, but it’s also amazing for the whole body inside and out. People who eat a healthy diet feel great on the inside while their outward appearance looks radiant. It will improve your overall quality of life. Unhealthy fatty junk food and processed foods that lack […]

Trespassing on a repeat offender or puppy

The burglary leads the pack in terms of being the topic I get the most questions about, hands down. The key is to really make sure you stick to a consistent plan. The consistency will make housebreaking your dog or puppy as simple as possible. However, breaking and entering remains difficult. And it’s not something you’re going to achieve overnight, […]

Western pond turtle care

Origin: Western United States (ponds, lakes, and salt marshes) There are two subspecies: Northwestern pond turtle (Clemmys marmorata marmorata) and Southwestern Pond Turtle (Clemmys marmorata pallida) Adult size: usually up to 8 inches (shell length) Life expectancy: unknown, probably more than 30 years like other pond turtles Temperament: Not as territorial and aggressive as many other turtles. You can keep […]

3 steps to stop aggression in your Beabull puppy

Like their Beagle and English Bulldog ancestors, Beabull puppies are usually affectionate, loyal, and playful. However, there can always be a bad apple in any group. If your Beabull puppy is showing signs of aggression, here are some tips to nip him in the bud before he is too old or dangerous for your family. 1. Grunting, grunting, and clicking […]

Bichon Frize training to stop dog tagging

You know that you have achieved a successful result in bichon frize training. Then all of a sudden, he discovered the smell of dog urine on the driveway, the table leg, and other furniture in the house. How do these things happen when you are very aware that you used appropriate and effective methods in internal training? If you see […]

Interpreting pet rat bites

It will happen eventually; your pet rats will bite you. But most of the time, their reason for biting you is not because they want to eat you, or because they don’t like you, or whatever negative you take to mean a bite. No, most of the time, they are probably showing you some love and affection. Lacking speech, rats […]