Dogs

Why Do Dogs Bury Their Bones? 1

Why Do Dogs Bury Their Bones?

Do you have a garden? If you are considering bringing a new dog into your home, how much your garden matters to you is a very important question. Breeds such as Dachshunds, Basset Hounds, Beagles, Siberian Huskies or any mix of these breeds love to dig – especially in gardens. Digging is instinctual for these …

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Why Do Dogs Roll in Grass? 2

Why Do Dogs Roll in Grass?

Deciding to add a dog into your family home is a big decision, but one which is rewarding and fulfilling. They are wonderful companions, great pets, and bring a new sense of purpose to your life. One of the best things about dogs is their quirks and idiosyncrasies, and the weird and wonderful things they …

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Why Do Dogs Like Sticks? 3

Why Do Dogs Like Sticks?

Playing with your dog is not only great fun, but it also has physical, emotional, and psychological benefits for both of you. Regular walks and playing keep your dog fit, active, and healthy, and playing with toys helps to keep their minds sharp and focused. One of the top activities for most dogs is playing …

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Why Do Dogs Like Squeaky Toys? 4

Why Do Dogs Like Squeaky Toys?

Adding a dog to your family is far more than introducing a new pet into your home. There is a lot of training which needs to be completed, such as socialization, house-training and responding to commands. Many dogs also come with a mountain of equipment, from extendable leashes to food bowls and, of course, most …

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Why Do Dogs Lick the Air? 5

Why Do Dogs Lick the Air?

Part of being a responsible dog owner is learning to recognize and understand the different non-verbal cues your dog sends you. Unlike humans, they are unable to speak and tell us something is wrong, so we have to rely on our knowledge and understanding to realize when they need help or attention. One odd behavior …

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