Dogs, just like people, more or less enjoy certain seasons of the year depending on their activity, fur, breed or even their owner’s mood during each season.
Although some dogs would gladly get under the covers from late September until the first rays of sun reappear in March, others enjoy the winter months just like children do – rain, snow, sleet or hail.
As guardians of our dogs’ wellbeing, we must take into account the fact that, in the winter just like in the summer, certain precautions are to be taken in order to ensure our best friend’s healthiness and happiness.
Your family is growing: you are about to become a parent. You are wondering if this new stage in your life could upset your dog, especially if this is your first child. If up to now, your dog was treated like a king at home, the big change could be a major upheaval in its life. Your dog’s daily routine being drastically affected, it is not unlikely that it could start misbehaving. Gublog is here to explain to you what steps to follow for everything to go as smoothly as possible and for your dog and baby to start becoming best friends in no time. Continue reading
Imagine if you couldn’t wash every day. You could still go on living but… would it really be the same? Dogs are like you. Although our canine friends do know how to remain hygienic, we can always give them some help. For instance, we can try and speed up the shedding process according to seasons, especially when the dog days are coming, we can give them a good clean-up after they’ve been playing in the mud, or check that they don’t have thorns stuck in their ears after a long walk in the forest. Continue reading
Just like human beings, every dog is unique. Some are very quiet while some are boisterous. Some love a good walk while some are home lovers. What makes animals all the more endearing and sweet is precisely this uniqueness.
This is also why being a dog sitter can turn out to be more tricky than one would think. You can never know in advance how dogs will behave until you get to know them well. On the first walk with a strange dog, we thus tend to be on the lookout for its every reaction to different commands and stimuli. Continue reading
Ah, if we could, wouldn’t we spend every day with our dog! Enjoy some quality time together, take long walks and naps whenever we had the chance. But… most of us have duties outside the house! Whether it be for work, studies, errands or some important event, we sometimes have to leave our dog alone for what feels like very long hours. Some take it better than others, and sometimes this situation can even become a problem.
If you are inseparable from your hairy friend but also keen to work out, look no further, dog agility is what you need!
Dog agility was born in 1977 in England at the Crufts Dog Show. The idea stemmed from creating a show jumping event for dogs to keep the audience entertained during the intermission, and since then it hasn’t stopped attracting fans.
Top of the week: What dog breed for your children?
Once again, a dog is one of the best opportunity you could have in your life. A dog makes your life brighter and your children happier. However, you’re still hesitating,a nd your child beg you to take one :/
No more hesitation! A dog will bring to your child values and sense of sharing, respect and responsibilities.
Gudog offers you this list, with the best dog breeds to share unforgettable moments with your children! 🙂
You love your dog unconditionnally and he makes you the happiest person on Earth. He jumps on you, licks you everywhere and asks over and over for cuddles 🙂 All these evidences show how your dog loves you.
Gudog built a list to let you discover all the evidences that proove your dog loves you. Some of them are very simple but have a true meaning for your dog, your best friend!