Can a dog bite sticks?
Can a dog be allowed to play with sticks? It would seem that the answer is obvious: why not? In the view of many, an ordinary stick from the street…

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Mistakes in raising a dog
The owners often complain about the dog: "You train and train, but she is still old." Or they don’t complain, they simply declare that the dog is ill-bred, because she…

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How to fill a toy "Kong"?
Kong and anti-vandal treats. Such toys are a win-win option for any, even the most moody dog. They are very durable, it is pleasant to nibble and toss them up.…

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How to transport a dog on an airplane?

Going on a trip with a four-legged friend or moving to another city, or maybe even another country? In this case, study the rules for transporting pets in advance, otherwise, without proper preparation, your entire enterprise may end at the border. Airlines refuse to fly due to seemingly insignificant flaws – and, unfortunately, this is a common practice. In order not to contribute to unpleasant statistics, arm yourself with the necessary knowledge in advance, and then the trip with your pet will be easy and comfortable. Our recommendations will help you with this!

Before buying a plane ticket, make sure that the airline allows the transport of animals and carefully read the rules. The fact is that they may differ depending on the carrier company.
Pay for your pet at the baggage allowance rate. Guide dogs are transported free of charge.
Fill out the necessary documents for your pet: a veterinary passport with current vaccination marks (vaccination must take place no later than 12 months and no earlier than 30 days before departure) and a note on chipping (if traveling to Europe). Depending on the country you are traveling to, the list of required documents may vary. Continue reading

Dogs are nannies. What are they like?
How do you imagine nanny dogs? Some will answer that these are wise dogs that partially assume the functions of parents, help in raising and caring for the child, protect…

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How dogs communicate with us
Eye contact. Dogs tend to keep the owner in sight 24 hours a day and catch their eyes as often as possible. Look at your pet. If the expression of…

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Do dogs freeze in winter?
If you have a dog, the concept of "bad weather" simply does not exist. Frost, blizzard, snow and rain - it doesn’t matter, nobody canceled daily walks! But don't dogs…

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Dogs are nannies. What are they like?
How do you imagine nanny dogs? Some will answer that these are wise dogs that partially assume the functions of parents, help in raising and caring for the child, protect…

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