If your child is allergic to dog dander but regularly begs you for a puppy of his or her own, you may wonder whether you have any options short of enclosing your child in a bubble or continuing to deny these heartbreaking requests. Fortunately, there are now a number of hypoallergenic breeds that should allow all but those with the most severe pet allergies to become dog owners. Read on to learn more about the breeds that may be best-suited for your family, as well as the factors you'll want to consider when making this important decision.
27 July 2016
Washing your dog can be a huge chore and many pet owners find themselves dealing with a big mess afterwards, especially if they have a long-haired dog. Luckily, there are quite a few ways to make the process a bit cleaner so that you won't have much to do when all is said and done. Here are four tips to help make the dog grooming process easier for you: Have a Vacuum: If you don't have one already, you must be sure that you buy one.
2 October 2015
If you are bringing a new puppy into your home, and already have an older dog, be careful in how you do this so they will get along well with each other. Golden retrievers are very loyal to their family. They usually get along with most people, as well as pets, so chances are your new puppy will be a welcome addition. You still need to be careful, however, because you never know how two dogs will get along with each other.
30 September 2015