From what age and how often to bathe a puppy?
At what age can a puppy be bathed? Perhaps this is one of the first issues faced by the new owner. The minimum age for bathing a puppy is 3…

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The world's strongest dog toys
Each dog loves to gnaw bones and toys, but some in their talents go beyond all boundaries and try to try on the tooth almost everything that falls into their…

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Fitness with a dog
The best trainer is a dog! Surprised? But in vain. Daily walks with your pet can turn into an entertaining fitness - the best way to maintain excellent physical shape…

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speaks of tension

How to understand your dog?

Wagging tail.
And let’s start with the most recognizable sign! It is generally accepted that if a dog wags its tail, it means that it has a great mood. But in practice there are nuances. Now, if along with the tail the whole body wags from the shoulder blades to the toes, then the dog is really happy! But if the tail is raised, strained and only its tip wags, and the dog’s body is frozen and the mouth is tightly closed – beware! This means that the dog is very tense, she does not like something, and throwing her arms around her is a bad decision. Here you can draw an analogy with cats. Remember, they wag their tail in displeasure? Contrary to stereotypes, so do dogs.

Slightly parted mouth, relaxed muzzle.
Smile! Yes, try a smile and pay attention to the position of your lower jaw. During a smile, she drops slightly, and the upper and lower teeth no longer touch each other. The same thing happens with dogs! If the pet is satisfied, relaxed and happy, its mouth is slightly ajar and completely relaxed. You can consider this an analogue of a human smile! Continue reading

How long does it take to walk a dog?
Since ancient times, dogs have been considered man’s best friends. There are few people in the world who would be indifferent to these cheerful and faithful beings. However, the need…

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How to teach a dog to execute commands?
"There are no bad students - there are bad teachers." Remember this phrase? It does not lose its relevance in the case of raising and training dogs. 99% of the…

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Fitness with a dog
The best trainer is a dog! Surprised? But in vain. Daily walks with your pet can turn into an entertaining fitness - the best way to maintain excellent physical shape…

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Diabetes in dogs
Diabetes is a chronic disease that affects both people and animals. The initial stage of this ailment often goes unnoticed, and the disease is diagnosed already in an acute form…

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