Your dog's grooming needs change with the seasons. All the rain, snow and ice that your dog will encounter on their daily walks outside can be really harsh on their coat and on their skin. Here are a few tips that will help you stay on top of your dog's grooming needs this winter. Limit The Use Of A Pet Sweater Although a pet sweater may protect your dog against the cold, it can also be damaging to your dog's coat and skin.
If your dog has recently been in heat and you are now wondering whether or not it may be pregnant, there are some signs you should watch for. If your dog does end up being pregnant, then this article will help you to familiarize yourself with what to prepare for, the stages of your dog's pregnancy, and items you may want to get to help your dog out. What to prepare for
If you don't feel like your dog is getting enough exercise to keep its joints limber, you may decide to build an agility obstacle course for it. However, you may not know where to start. If so, use the following tips to create a small course to give your furry friend a challenging exercise regimen. Set Up Sturdy Boxes As Tunnels Training your dog to run through a series of tunnels not only helps their agility, but increases its concentration as well.
If you are trying to decorate a large aquarium, chances are good that you are gathering decorations from many different sources, including stores that might not be pet friendly. This can lead to you purchasing aquarium decorations that are not suitable for fish to be around and which could cause them to become ill due to water contamination. Here are some tips for making sure that everything you put in your aquarium is suitable for the fish.