Border collies are boisterous, intelligent, and beautiful dogs. Whether you’re interested in adopting a border collie or you’d like to learn about the breed for fun, here are five neat facts about border collies that you should know.
Many people welcome dogs into their home to have a companion, while others get dogs to teach their children responsibility. No matter why you’re thinking of getting a four-legged friend, you should know that it immediately becomes a part of your family and heart. If you can’t decide whether it’s the right decision for you and your household, consider these irresistible reasons to get a dog.
The scientific term for whiskers is vibrissa, and they help dogs feel and explore their surroundings. These special tactile hairs are an evolutive trait that allows mammals to determine the size of nearby objects, detect threats, find their food, and much more. Keep reading to learn what are dog's whiskers, why they are important, and why they should never be removed.
Our dogs are members of the family. Pet owners want the best for them, and giving them the sleep they need is one way to properly care for them. It’s especially crucial for dogs with joint pain to receive the rest they need. This blog will look at a few of the reasons why.
Like many pet owners and lovers, I grew up misunderstanding dog tail positions and what they mean. As a child, I presumed a dog’s wagging tail indicated a friendly, playful, and engaged animal. As soon as any dog in the neighborhood came up to me with a sweet, ol’ panting face and a swinging tail, I was ready to run off for forever friend-style frolicking.
Owning a dog comes with many responsibilities, including designing your home in a way that’s perfect for your entire household. You may need to increase your cleaning routine and redesign areas of the house. Before welcoming your furry friend through your front door, jot down these top ideas for designing a dog-friendly home.