Christmas can be a fun but also dangerous time for dogs if pet owners are not careful about potential hazards in the home. Knowing what items and foods to keep away from dogs can help keep them safe and healthy over the holidays. Consider these Christmas dangers for dogs and how to avoid them.
What can be better than having a dog? For some people, the answer is simple. It’s having two dogs! Or three! Or four! While the idea of a house filled with dogs can sound like a dream come true, the practicalities are often far more complex than people realise. It can result in a house of chaos, not least because the dogs are all full of energy, but because YOU need to be too. Having multiple dogs can be very rewarding, but it can also be a little hectic. If that sounds like a bit much, take a look at our guide to keeping things calm in multi-dog household.
Canine body language is something we all think we have figured out. Man’s best friend is intertwined with our culture for so long that we’ve picked up on a lot of it. However, some things are a bit more elusive and that can be dangerous. Take a look at our guide to canine body language to be sure that you and yours are safe around dogs.
Our dogs are our loyal companions who offer us love, affection, and amusement. They provide us with endless entertainment, their tricks and hijinks are enough to put a smile on anybody’s face. However, if your dog keeps barking, you may find that your relationship with your pet becomes difficult to manage.
We all know that dogs bark; it’s how they communicate and express their feelings. However, when a dog is barking incessantly it can cause serious disruption to the lives of owners and neighbours. If your dog keeps barking and you feel powerless to make them stop, we’ve got a guide just for you. Check it out below.
Why Do Dogs Bark?
Before we get into the tips and techniques for managing a dog that keeps barking, it’s important to understand why dogs bark in the first place.