By Nomi Berger Imagine handing out treats and name tags at the front door of your home for your new dog and your resident pets. Imagine happy munches and friendly woofs (and/or meows) as they blend and bond instantly and forever. Then blink twice and remember that you are living in the world of reality and not in an ideal parallel universe. But armed
By Nomi Berger Dogs, like humans, are creatures of habit. Once comfortable in their surroundings, they are unnerved by change. And trading a familiar home for an unfamiliar one can cause fearfulness and stress. Unless you, the conscientious dog guardian, plan ahead with all the precision of a successful military campaign. Logically, then, moving from one place to another should consist of three stages:
By Nomi Berger Dogs may nip or bite for a variety of reasons. If a dog bites you and the owner took no action to prevent it from happening, you may need to talk to a dog bite lawyer to make a claim and receive compensation. The following are the most common reasons why a dog may bite you: DOMINANCE AGGRESSION When these dogs
Brandy, Diablo and Beliveau found their forever homes this month. We are so thrilled for them.