Worth Repeating!

10 Things Dogs Teach Us About What Matters Most Whether they’re eating a bowl of kibble or chasing a ball, dogs live for the present moment. The past is gone; you can’t do anything about it. The future is unknown. … Read More

Cherry Eye

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search Close-up of a cherry eye Cherry eye is a disorder of the nictitating membrane (NM), also called the third eyelid, present in the eyes of dogs and cats.[1] Cherry eye is most often seen in … Read More

How Old Is Your Dog ?

A biological clock governs aging in dogs just as in humans. CREDIT:  SERGEY RYUMIN/GETTY IMAGES Here’s a better way to convert dog years to human years, scientists say By  https://www.sciencemag.org/author/virginia-morell Nov. 15, 2019 , 3:42 PM Our Scotch collie, Buckaroo, … Read More

Allergies!

Seasonal Allergies in Dogs and Cats Some of the reasons we enjoy seasonal changes are also challenges for allergy sufferers. And just like us, dogs and cats can be allergic to substances, allergens, in the environment or airborne. When your … Read More

About Havanese

We have been asked to do a series on our beloved Havanese! Today, we’ll begin the series and give you just a very brief history. We’ll talk about the general appearance, i.e., coat, height, weight, temperament, lifestyle requirements, activity, exercise … Read More

HAPPY HUMP DAY!

Does Your Female Dog Hump? Humping comes really naturally to even female dogs, but it is probably the most awkward behavior for people to witness – or be subjected to. By Sassafras Lowrey Usually humping is associated with male dogs, … Read More

Dog Breeds

AFFENPINSCHER Toy Group ​The Affenpinscher’s apish look has been described many ways. They’ve been called “monkey dogs” and “ape terriers.” The French say “diablotin moustachu” (mustached little devil), and “Star Wars” fans argue whether they look more like Wookies or Ewoks. … Read More

Leash Aggression

“Leash Aggression” – Why otherwise friendly dogs may behave aggressively when on-leash If you hang around with other dog owners, you’ve no doubt heard the same comment I have, over and over again: “My dog is fine with other dogs … Read More