Why is my puppy crying at night? Knowing why your puppy is crying at night will help towards stopping your new puppy from crying. After the excitement of returning home with your new puppy, the fun begins! Toilet training, feeding and at the enfd of the day sleeping. Sleeping that is once the crying [...]
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The Akita Chow is a mixed breed dog–a cross between the Akita and Chow Chow dog breeds. Large, independent, and loyal, these pups inherited some of the best traits from both of their parents. The Akita Chow can also be called Chakita. Despite their unfortunate status as a designer breed, you may find these mixed [...]
Pizzle Sticks for Dogs Pizzle sticks (bully sticks) for dogs come in many shapes and sizes and there are reasons for this. There is a simple explanation why sticks (especially when cut into 12cm lengths) vary in size consistency. Quality will be defined at the end of this description. Or you can jump straight to [...]
The exact origin of the Akita remains unknown. Through skeletal remains and carbon dating, it was traced to 500 BC, although the Akita's specific breed history has only been recorded for the past 350 years. The Akita was also known as the Odate dog – named after the rugged mountainous area of Odate in the [...]
The Airedale Terrier is the largest of the terrier breeds. It was bred in the Aire Valley, in Yorkshire, England, from 1810 until the 1870s. The Otter hound was crossed with the now extinct Old English Black and Tan Terrier. This produced an intelligent all-round working dog, capable of hunting with the miners of the [...]
In the country from which the breed derives its name, the Afghan hound is regarded, though unofficially, as the ‘national’ dog. Native Afghans also uphold the belief that the Afghan is the dog portrayed on the cave walls in the northern province of Balkh, which is why the Afghan has also been called the Balkh [...]
This gorgeous dog is believed to have originated in Germany. Its name, Affenpinscher, translates as ‘Monkey Terrier’ which describes this little dog very well. In the farmlands of Germany they survived by hunting rats and mice and so protected the farmers' supply of winter food. The two World Wars nearly wiped out the breed, but [...]
There is so much information on the internet it can be daunting, where do you even start? A dog pulling on a lead should surely be a simple thing to fix it just requires a lot of perseverence and a good training acticle. But if you 'Google' 'Yahoo' or Facebook search for "How to stop [...]
A few dog training points to consider Mistakes people often make when training a dog vary. Underlying most mistakes is lack of confidence. A lack of self belief. Almost everyone has the ability to be control of their own dog. In most cases the need for help is just to give you a nudge [...]
Alabama rot (cutaneous and renal glomerular vasculopathy) is an increasingly common disease in dogs which causes damage to the blood vessels of the skin and kidneys. Dogs with the disease can suffer from skin ulcers, acute kidney failure and even death. The good news is this is a very rare potentially life-threatening disease. Figues [...]