4 Things You Need To Know About Blue-Green Algae And Your Dog's Health

If you've recently made the decision to welcome a canine companion into your household, you naturally want your new friend to share in your outdoor activities. You undoubtedly already know that your furry friend will need protection against fleas and ticks, but what about other potential health hazards that are lurking in the great outdoors?  If your outdoor activities include recreating in and around bodies of water, you need to know the following four things about blue-green algae and how it can affect your dog's health: [Read More]

What Having A Hypoallergenic Dog Breed Really Means

If you have dog allergies, getting a dog has most likely seemed like an impossible dream. But hypoallergenic dog breeds can make it a very realistic want. These dogs shed less and produce less dander, which means your immune system has little to react to, to produce an allergic reaction. If you've never owned a hypoallergenic breed before, you should learn about what it really means. Allergies Are Still Possible but Less Likely [Read More]

Considering A Giant Schnauzer For Your Family? What To Know About This Breed

If you want to get a dog for your family and are considering a Giant Schnauzer, you need to learn what you can about this dog. This will ensure it will be a good fit for you and your family. Keep reading for information you should find helpful so you can start looking for your new dog.  Hard Worker The Giant Schnauzer loves to work for people. This is why you will commonly see this breed working on cattle farms, carting things, etc. [Read More]

Tips For Raising Your German Shepherd Puppy

German shepherds dogs (GSD) can be great pets. However, they are very athletic, intelligent, and protective. You do need to make sure you channel those talents in the right way when your GSD is a pup. Proper puppy rearing will help ensure your dog does not become aggressive or unsafe. So, how do you raise a GSD puppy well? Here are a few tips. Offer chew toys when they get mouthy. [Read More]