Adopting a dog for the first time?

It’s always a good idea to take your time when adopting a dog, and not to rush into it. Especially if it’s the first time you are adopting. You want to be prepared and set everyone, hoomans and animals up for success. I have put together a couple of pointers for you to ponder upon […]

Avoid panic at the vet’s reception

Most dogs do not visit the vet very often, and when it’s time for them to go for their vaccinations or a check up, it can be quite daunting for them. ¬†They generally do not choose to go themselves, so they are trusting us to keep them safe as they wander into the unknown. The […]

Past behaviour explains present behaviour

We all have behaviour patterns, I do not mean habits. We behave a certain way when we are happy, scared, stressed, angry, tired, hungry, etc. It’s generally always the same, unless we make a big effort to respond in a different way, perhaps a more positive way. In general, we tend to behave the same […]

How did we get here?

I’ve been waiting for the calm after the storm, but it just does not seem to come. Usually around Christmas and new year’s we see so many dogs wandering the streets, having gotten lost. Social media is filled with posts of people looking for their dogs. Previously, this started to calm down around the middle […]

Doggie first aid at home

Accidents happen, and when you have a multi-dog household, they happen a bit more often. Some things can easily be treated at home as long as you have the right stuff in your Doggie First Aid kit. This week’s post is about items you should have in your home to treat minor wounds or conditions […]