Dogs can be house trained at any point, but puppies learn faster than adult dogs. Puppies are so cute that their puppy sized accidents are usually overlooked by owners, but adult sized accidents aren’t cute and can sometimes lead to adult dogs losing their homes. Let us help you housebreak your puppy into the perfect family member that it’s meant to be.
As much as we love and welcome the monsoon, we’re all affected by it. Whether it’s an overgrown lawn, added traffic or the laundry piling up because there’s not been enough sunshine to dry them. Though, have you ever wondered how this wet weather is affecting our pets?
When we started out, our main goal was to provide pet parents with Practical Solutions to their daily pet related problems and for their pets - all the Comfort necessary. Consequently, we did just that, although a major chunk of our products/materials were sourced from overseas.
Pretty sure you’ve always wondered why your pet sleeps the way s/he does. Does everything your pet do have meaning? A lot can be revealed about a dog’s personality by observing their sleeping positions, habits and the amount of time spent snoozing. Your pet’s sleeping habits can be signs about their happiness and health if you observe closely.
Are you ready to let a little more love and happiness enter your life? Adoption is one of the most gratifying ways to bring more joy to your world. Adopting from a shelter or an animal rescue group, instead of shopping for a pet like it’s a commodity from a pet store, or from a breeder or even a stranger on the internet, has the added benefit of saving the life of an animal in need.
A lockdown period has been announced, and we’ve done our bit to prepare- flocked to provision shops to buy all the essentials we need, food, cooking supplies, toiletry, food for our own pets, etc. etc. But in all this, have we forgotten about our strays that roam the streets every day? About the pets waiting to be adopted? What will become of them?
Several prominent organisations such as the World Health Organisation, World Organization for Animal Health (WHO), PeTA, Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), American Veterinary Medical Association, and the like, have stated that there has been no concrete evidence to suggest that an animal can spread the disease.
Summer’s around the corner and just like our pets, no – we’re not looking forward to it! However, this also means getting a lot of pool time and picnics at some neighbouring streams. But before we embark, here are some thoughts we might want to consider when planning whether or not to take our doggo with us.