What a pity that dogs cannot speak! Or do they know how? It’s just that their “language” does not consist of words that are familiar to us, but of signs. These signs can tell us about the dog’s feelings, about her attitude to what is happening, to others and, of course, to ourselves. Want to learn how to interpret them? We will help you! 10 popular dog emotions are in our article.
And let’s start with the most recognizable sign! It is generally accepted that if a dog wags its tail, it means that it has a great mood. But in practice there are nuances. Now, if along with the tail the whole body wags from the shoulder blades to the toes, then the dog is really happy! But if the tail is raised, strained and only its tip wags, and the dog’s body is frozen and the mouth is tightly closed – beware! This means that the dog is very tense, she does not like something, and throwing her arms around her is a bad decision. Here you can draw an analogy with cats. Remember, they wag their tail in displeasure? Contrary to stereotypes, so do dogs. Continue reading
The world around us is unpredictable. A pet can get an accidental injury even within the apartment, not to mention walking on the street and going outdoors. So that in a difficult moment you can help him, a properly equipped first-aid kit should always be at hand. What to put in it?
What should be in the first-aid kit of a dog, cat and other pets?
We list the main items that should be included in a veterinary medicine cabinet.
First Aid Means.
– special sterile bandages, bandages (for example, Andover), napkins,
– alcohol-free disinfectants, Continue reading
Summer is good, especially when there is a lake or river nearby. But in big cities it’s more difficult to tolerate heat, and not only we, but also pets suffer from it. In summer, many dogs become lethargic, lose their appetite, quickly get tired on walks, suffer from shortness of breath, etc. How to save a dog from the heat and give her a carefree summer? We read about this in our article.
We choose the time for walking
Walk your dog in the morning or evening. While it’s cool outside, you can play active games, work out teams and get the most out of your walk.
Avoid direct sunlight
For walks, choose parks, courtyards and public gardens with a saving shadow. Continue reading