Some dogs grow lots of fur on their paws — on top of the paws, between the toes, and even on the bottom (between the paw pads). Keeping all of that paw fur neatly trimmed makes your dog look well groomed. But you don’t have to pay a dog groomer! I always trim the fur on the tops (and bottoms) of my dogs’ paws when I trim their nails. Here’s how to do it yourself, step by step…
Believe it or not, a puppy is never too young to learn basic dog commands. In fact, you can (and should) introduce puppy training the day you bring your new dog into your house. A well-behaved dog is what everyone wants, but not everyone wants to start the dog training early enough. By training your puppy early, she will always know what’s expected of her inside your home.
Pressed rawhide was the very first type of dog chew that I tried with my dogs (decades ago) — after hearing all the bad things about rawhide bones and rawhide dog chews. Following are the most important things you need to know about pressed rawhide vs. regular rawhide bones for dogs. Plus all of the pressed rawhide bones safety information you’re probably wondering about!
While many dogs seem to enjoy gnawing on goat horns for hours, my dogs tend to get bored with them after a few minutes of chewing. Perhaps they aren’t “smelly” enough! Regardless, my dogs are still intrigued enough to gnaw on a goat horn that’s been re-introduced to them after I removed it for a few weeks.