Etiquette is the way in which we conduct ourselves around others. There are rules for how to act at a dinner table, at a party, at school, and even when conversing with strangers. There are also rules for how to be a good dog owner. These focus not only on how we tend to our dog’s needs, but how we present our dog to the rest of the world. Being a dog owner means taking responsibility for our pet’s actions and making sure that these actions do not disrespect or inconvenience others. Here are four basic dog etiquette rules that you should be familiar with.
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Here is a list of 20 interesting pet hacks to giving your pet medication. Pets are never excited for a trip to the vet and they certainly are not excited to take medicine either. Giving your pet medicine can be stressful ordeal especially if your pet has grown an aversion to the taste of their treatment. Our friends at Compounding Pharmacy of America create this amazing infographic to help.
There are a lot of half-truths and outright wrong information out there when it comes to what plants are safe for your pets to be exposed to. When you’re trying to decide what plants to have in your home, or where it’s OK to take your pets safely, you can experience a lot of worry and uncertainty.
Some plants are dangerous for either cats or dogs, or for all animals. Some plants can make your pets a little sick, but they’ll recover. Other plants are highly toxic even in small amounts.
If you are planning to get a pet for the first time, the excitement, options and concerns over your life-changing decision may seem overwhelming. The good news is that there are plenty of ways to help make the transition smooth for you and your new four-legged friend. It all begins with knowing your current and projected living situation, and fully understanding a pet’s role in your life.
We at Eusoh want to make sure you all have an enjoyable and safe Halloween. Here are some tips to help keep your pet safe while you're trick-or-treating.
Halloween can be the spookiest night of the year, but keeping your pets safe doesn’t have to be tricky. The ASPCA recommends taking these simple, common sense precautions to keep your pet happy and healthy all the way to November 1.
Our feline companions shower us with a lifetime of unconditional friendship and love from the time we first meet them. So it’s only fair we return that affection just the same. Cats are well known at taking care of themselves, but like most of us, they'll require a helping hand occasionally.
One of the most interesting aspects about cats is how independent and calm their overall demeanor is. However, they might end up being too relaxed if not docile even when they're sick. So, it’s crucial to pay attention to your cat's health yourself beyond the threshold of regular medical check-ups. As a responsible and caring owner, it’s your duty to ensure your adorable friend gets treated as soon as possible.
It can be a tricky task to tell when your cat is actually feeling off. So, here are some tips that can help you deal with such situations.
Selecting a veterinarian is really important because you want your pet to get the best care possible. Pet care or animal care can in no way be discounted or settled on. It is really not advisable to look for a vet when you're in desperate need for one, as urgency can often dictate the wrong choice. So, plan accordingly and choose wisely before anything unexpected happens!
Golden Retrievers. If there was a perfect dog that represented America it would be the Golden. This friendly breed has been the star of films such as Disney's Homeward Bound and the highly recommended and globally loved Air Bud film series. They are an aesthetically pleasing dog with their bright golden fur and an infectious smile on their face constantly.
If you have small children, Golden Retrievers are quite possibly the best breed of dog for kids to grow up with. Now, the Golden is an overly energetic and rambunctious breed; There may be cases where a Golden may run into a child in an energetic fit or jump on a child sorely out of pure love and affection. There is no better breed of dog that could teach a kid responsibility and patience.