Trimming Claws


Trimming claws A dog’s nails are softer after a bath, so that is the time to trim them if necessary. Most dogs’ nails wear down naturally.
*Use canine nail clippers to cut the nails diagonally, taking off no more than an eighth of an inch so (a few millimeters). Or ask the vet to show you how much to cut. Gently smooth the edges with a nail file or sandpaper.
*Take great care not to cut the nails to the”quick”, the pink area inside the nail; its living tissue with blood supply and nerves.


thoughts and opinions on dog food brands….HELP

Anybody ever try this dog food brand?  Eukanuba Dachshund Adult I want the best for my little Annie but also affordable. I did hear that they should not have corn ingredients so I did switch over to Purina One lamb and rice formula. I just want what’s good for her…also trying to keep her weight down don’t want her turning into another “Obie” even though he has had awesome results from his entire weight loss 🙂 way to go Obie….anyways any thoughts and opinions on dog food brands please let me know 🙂

Puppies aren’t born bad

Puppies aren’t born bad — they are trained to be bad! (or good)

I have just found myself the foster parent of a soon to be 8 week old husky puppy. It’s my job to socialize this little darling as much as I can between now and when I find her a suitable home. She was turned over to animal control (along with her mother), because the previous owners could not afford to feed them any longer.

She’s just as cute as cute can be, and Continue reading

Best way to potty train a puppy

Best Way to Potty Train a Puppy

You decided your family was ready for a dog and have adopted the world’s most adorable puppy. That is, until he piddled in the middle of your living room carpet. You suddenly realize that owning a dog is a big responsibility and so you prepare yourself to clean up some messes, but now all you want to do is potty train your new furry friend—fast.

Pay Attention

One of the easiest ways to Continue reading