What are the best dog breeds for family pets?

Choosing the right dog breed for your family and your lifestyle is very important. If you have several young ones at home and are thinking of getting a dog, there are several dog breeds that work perfectly with a family.

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Things to know before getting a dog

Thinking of getting a dog? We understand the appeal – dogs are incredibly loving, loyal and will transform your life with their enthusiasm. But there are factors to consider before you bring a pup home.

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Choosing the right collar for your dog

Not all collars are made equal. Choosing the right collar for your dog can be a daunting task, especially when you don’t know what variables to consider. A collar is an important accessory – your dog will be wearing theirs often and for long periods of time, so it is worth doing your research to choose the right one.

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How to take care of your dog during thunderstorms

Several dogs are petrified of thunder. Any thunderstorm will find them whimpering and cowering under the nearest chair, trembling with fear. It’s enough to melt all hearts.

If your dog is scared of thunderstorms, then there are precautions and steps you can take to make the ordeal easier for them. As with any animal or person that is scared, love and patience are the most important elements to being supportive.

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Wet versus Dry cat food

If you are a pet parent to a cat, then you will know there are two types of cat food: wet and dry cat food. Most wet and dry cat food is complete – that means that it has a complete balance of nutrients and can be fed to your cat alone, without any need for supplementary foods. But is there a difference between wet and dry cat food? And if so, how do you choose?

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Monsoon illnesses

The monsoon is the time where life thrives – and we mean all life. That means diseases are more active in this season, and your canine is in more danger of falling ill than ever. Here’s what you need to look out for this monsoon season and how you can keep your dog in top shape during downpours.

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Exercising your dog during the rainy season

We all know how crucial it is for your dog to get their daily walks. Exercise is important for your canine and you should not skip walking them several times a day unless absolutely necessary.

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"Take care of your pet in this monsoon"

The monsoon is here – the sky has split open and it’s pouring. Or at least it will, once the monsoon properly gets going. Either way, gods willing, we have a good two months of rain, verdant greenery, and muddy roads to look forward to.

How much your pet loves the monsoon depends on your pet. Some cats and dogs love the rain, others can’t stand the sight. And while the rain is always a great respite from the heat, it does come with its own challenges for your pet.

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​Accessories that make your house more pet-friendly

Bringing a new pet home? Moving house and wondering how to make the new flat more pet-friendly? Pet-proofing a house is important to make sure it is as comfortable for your pet as it is for you. Luckily, pet-proofing a house is not that hard – all it takes is some attention to your pet’s needs.

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What toys can you pick for your teething pup?

There’s nothing more adventurous than a teething pup. Shoes, clothes, furniture – your pup will chew everything with the same enthusiasm. While it may seem like your puppy is being mischievous, especially when they chew your slippers for the fifth time, chewing actually functions to relieve the pain they experience from teething. Teething in pups begins in earnest at around 16 weeks of age, so expect all your items to be fair game!

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