3 Helpful Tips When Selecting A Personal Protection Dog

Posted on: 2 March 2018

If you constantly feel unsafe or live in a bad area, you may want some form of protection. You can get this and companionship when you buy a personal protection dog. Since these are no ordinary pets, though, you'll want to keep these selection tips in mind.  Determine if you really need one The truth is, personal protection dogs are not cheap. They will cost substantially more than a regular dog that you can purchase from a pet store. [Read More]

Dog Deterrents So You Can Go About Your Job

Posted on: 28 February 2017

If you work in a field where you are at a greater risk of being attacked by a dog, such as in the delivery service field or door-to-door salesman position, then you want to make sure you do everything that you can to prevent yourself from being bitten or even viciously attacked while you are out there trying to do your job. Many people who are in positions such as yours tend to carry pepper spray. [Read More]

Puppy Hissy Fits: Tips For Using Time Out To End Your Young Dog's Defiance

Posted on: 8 December 2016

If you've provided a safe sleep spot, good nutrition, and plenty of play opportunities for your new puppy, you're a good pet caretaker. Sometimes even good puppy families end up with young dogs who throw tantrums, try to nip, or bark inappropriately. Dog kids, like human kids, are individuals with their own energy levels and impulses. Dog trainers recommend using a "time out" approach if your puppy throws tantrums or exhibits antisocial behaviors including mouthing, aggressiveness, and jumping on people or furniture. [Read More]

Want Your Own Mini Horse For Emotional Therapy? What It Will Take To Train The Right Mini Horse

Posted on: 29 July 2016

Emotional support animals have quickly become very popular in this country. The significant rise in people suffering from anxiety, depression and other mood disorders has risen, and with it the need to find comfort and solace anywhere you can get it. In addition to mood disorders, developmental disorders such as autism require some type of calming agent and mood stabilizer, things which most parents would choose not to treat with potentially dangerous medications. [Read More]