Why do Dogs Bark?
Barking is a very natural, instinctual reaction to something in a dog’s environment, deeply ingrained over tens of thousands of years from early wolves. Psss… We will talk about dog bark collars below.
It is one way that dog’s communicate. He bark for countless reasons, including:
- Induce play
- Warn of possible danger
- Discipline young
- Threaten ‘intruders’
- Anxiety, nervousness, or curiosity
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The USDA certifies that organic foods are grown without the use of synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, and several other chemical substances. Unfortunately, even though something is labeled ‘Organic’, it isn’t always necessarily 100% all natural organic all of the time. Consumers still need to do their research on a certain organic dog food in order to be positive it is in fact organic.
Any pet food can use the term ‘Organic’ when marketing, regardless of how truly organic it is.
Organic, non gmo all natural dog foods are becoming more and more popular these days! Pet owners are often settling on these for their safety and nutrient-rich qualities, since they are usually made from ingredients that don’t use synthetic or artificial compounds/materials.
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Many thousands of years ago, wolves began to evolve from a reptilian type species. Many thousands of years after that, the first dogs began to evolve for a different type of lifestyle, separate from wolves. Among all of this, there was one constant: these animals were suited to a harsher, colder environment.
Still, they had to endure summer temperatures. Believe it or not, a double coated dog’s fur is actually designed to help keep him cool during these times! At first glance, you might think less fur means a cooler dog – but that is very rarely the case with many breeds.
Even with all of this, there are still steps you can take to help keep your furry dogs cool in the summer!
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Your older dog no longer finds enjoyment in the walks he used to love. He doesn’t even want to leave the house anymore, let alone run around. It seems like he’s lost all interest in playtime activities, offering a mere sniff at the toys that once brought so much enjoyment before turning his head. It seems like all he wants to do is lie around on your couch all day long, barely even moving to eat or drink.
Your once cherished fur-kid struggles even to stand, a deep look of intense concentration and effort clouding his once carefree features. You feel terrible for him, but it seems there just isn’t anything you can do.
Your pet has a severe and debilitating case of arthritis. What are you going to do?
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