Why Physical Exercise Alone Won’t Tire Your Dog Out

You got up early, before it became too warm, and took your dog on a 45-minute run through the neighborhood. That should tire your dog out for several hours while you try to get some work done. But 30-minutes later, your dog is ready to go, bringing you his favorite...

Puppy Proofing Your Home

Having a puppy in your home is a big responsibility. It is almost like having an agile toddler roaming around the house: they stick things in their mouth and make large messes. You can minimize these behaviors, which will help encourage good behavior from your pet....

Adopting A Husky in Miami

When it comes to dogs, the phrase “Love at first sight” was created for the husky dog. Their joyful demeanor, captivating glacial blue eyes, and wolf-like appearance cause people to fall head over heels in love with them. You have probably watched one too many movies...

Puppy Training with a Clicker

So, what is puppy training with a clicker? First, let’s explore the rules of using a clicker. Rules of Puppy Training with a Clicker If you click, you must treat. Your clicker is not a way to get your puppy’s attention or get your puppy to come to you. Only...

 Puppy Exercise, How Much Does My Puppy Need?

When thinking about puppy exercise, we often think the more, the better, but that is not the case. Puppies are not miniature dogs. We must consider the development of our puppies. The most important are growth plates, which, in short, are areas of cartilage at the end...