Many owners will have seen their dogs engage in that 'random runaround' known as 'zoomies'. Although more common in younger dogs and puppies, any dog can display that random burst of energy that we affectionately title the zoomies.
For those of us that enjoy training our dogs a small tip can mean a lot and help our canine friends get the most out of a session.
Many pet owners are occasionally tempted to share their food with their dogs and may not be aware of the fact below.
Below are five simple tips that owners can use to promote positive engagement and help keep their dog mentally stimulated.
Dog owners are in for a bit of a treat with this post (excuse the pun!). I recently came across a set of statistics that threw up some interesting findings.
My curiosity was piqued recently when I came across a study stating that anxiety may prematurely give dogs grey hair. Interested to know why some of our canine friends tended to go grey around the muzzle area earlier than others I was keen to know more.