Getting rid of pet odor is a challenge all dog owners face, eventually. There are a few things that can help you with this everlasting problem. But don’t worry! Moving your four-legged friend to a dog house outside is not an option. Continue Reading →
You know the saying – the dog is man’s best friend. The love between the owner and their pet can be so great that they cannot even be separated for a day. If they travel somewhere, they do it together. Going on a holiday in the company of your four-legged friend is a wonderful experience. From better sleep to the possibility of disconnecting from electronic devices to increasing your mood and creativity – there are numerous advantages of spending your holidays in a tent. But to bring your dog on a camping trip, you must respect some basic rules and useful tips. These will allow you to enjoy your holiday in peace and without risks and dangers of any kind to your four-legged friend. Continue Reading →
Traveling with your pet is a unique experience for both of you. However, if you’re not well-prepared for it, or if you’ve never done it before, it can be very stressful too. There are many things to keep in mind, and you have to make sure that both you and your pet have everything you might need. So, to help you make the preparations a bit easier, here are 7 tips for traveling with your dog. These things are a must once you decide to go traveling with your dog, so read them carefully! Continue Reading →
Dogs are man’s best friend. Including best hunting buddy! The best thing about hunting with dogs is watching them do their work. It’s amazing to have a bond with another animal that serves you with incredible senses.
Fetching ducks are one thing, battling an old boss hog is totally another!
Hog hunting with a dog is an exceptional experience. If you have never had the pleasure, here’s the rough outline of how it works, as well as some hard-earned tips that will help you in the field. If you’re even the slightest bit interested, you’ll be on the field in no time! Continue Reading →
The Akita Inu, the pride of Japan, is actually the biggest of all six native Japanese dog breeds – others being the Shiba Inu, Kai Ken, Shikoku, Hokkaido, and the Kishu. This is an incredibly beautiful Spitz-type dog that is best known after its great strength, amazing loyalty and dominant attitude. Indeed, the Akitas are above anything else very tough, powerful, brave, determined, athletic, agile, and hardy, but also very intelligent, docile, resourceful and independent. They make wonderful family dogs, but are also known as superb guard dogs and watchdogs. Yep, the Japanese Akita is very territorial, very protective, and ready to give its life in defense of its family. Considering how large, strong and heavy these dogs actually are (males up to 26 inches (66 cm) height and 122 pounds (55 kg) weight), it’s not hard to guess that strangers can be in serious trouble if enter the owner’s property unannounced. So, if you own this dog you should definitely put a proper ‘beware of dog’ warning on your front gate! Apart from that, this dog is usually not willing to share its space with too many other animals. That’s why it is of great importance that you socialize and train your dog in obedience as soon as possible. Of course, it will take you some time to have your Akita well-mannered and well-behaved, but once you get the job done, it will be a pure joy to share your living space with this wonderful and authentic dog. And now let’s take a look at our list of ten most interesting Akita Inu facts. Continue Reading →