A mixed puppy or mixed breed puppy is one whose parents are not of the same breed. If you have recently adopted or bought a mixed breed pup, you might be naturally curious about its growth. After all; most pet parents would want to know that. Here are some ways to tell how big a mixed puppy will get. Puppy age, weight and height Dogs under 20 lbs Continue Reading
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There will come a time when your puppy starts to bite and chew almost everything that comes in its way. That is when you know Puppy Teething has begun. Often pet parents notice other symptoms like swelling, pain or discomfort and bleeding gums in their pets. Your pet will chew a lot and even bite your hands and feet. I have already covered some Continue Reading
You have brought home a bundle of cuteness and instead of those hugs and cute cuddles, you are getting bites on your toes and fingers. And all you can do is think to yourself: ‘Good grief! What have I gotten myself into?’ ‘When will my puppy stop biting?’ Let us take a look at all the frequently asked questions owners have about aggressive puppy Continue Reading
Now that hot weather is here, it is time to ensure that your puppies remain comfortably cool. Summertime can mean trips to the beaches and parks as well as picnics with your pet. While most pets love summer too, you also need to be a responsible pet owner and use these important tips to keep them cool and healthy. Provide plenty of water Make Continue Reading
Dog lovers young and old face one major dilemma, do they get a male or female dog? While there are perks to having both genders, if you’re only in the market for one new dog, than you’ll have to make a choice, a pretty difficult choice. There’s more to just randomly selecting a gender, as more important information such as their breed and Continue Reading
As the owner of a new puppy, you must know something: your puppy is going to cry at night at least in the first few days. In some cases, things could even get worse as days go by. You must realize and understand that the first few nights are bound to be difficult for your puppy. If you have brought him from a shelter, it is very likely that he is Continue Reading