When you are stuck at work, you don't want to lose focus by stressing about the destructive power of a bored dog at home alone. Do you often wonder what you will be going home to?
If thoughts of your four-legged friend are often mentally captioned with "this is why I can't have nice things," here are a few ideas on how to ensure you can keep a dog at home alone and your decor intact.
Chewing and digging are natural behaviours for a dog, but they can become a problem for many reasons. If your lounge room often looks like it's covered in fake Christmas snow, you are on your tenth pair of slippers this month, or your yard looks like a minefield after all the mines have exploded, here's how to stop your dog chewing and digging.
All types of barking are natural behaviours for dogs and expecting them never to bark is unreasonable. However, a dog that barks incessantly due to boredom or separation anxiety will very quickly strain the relationship you have with your pet and your neighbours. Dogs also need to learn good manners about when and where it's appropriate to bark. Well-mannered dogs are less likely to start up with problem barking.
Regardless of how excited you know you are going to be when you finally get to pick up your new little furball, it's critical to know what you are getting yourself into. You also need to prepare so your first few days being a puppy parent are not spent in frustration and spent slippers.
Read on to learn what puppy parenting is all about, how to get ready, and what to do once your puppy makes it home.
There are 4.35million pets inNew Zealand. That’s as many pets as people! It is no wonder pets are one of our most popular social media uploads and that many of our pets have their own social media presence.
So what do you need to do to take a great pet photo?