You can ask the people at the place where you adopted the puppy. There are places where you can submit DNA which will tell you what kind of dog it is. You can compare your puppy with others and see if they share the same characteristics. You can ask your veterinarian.
According to the National Assessment of Education Progress scores, in 2004, 40% of 4th graders are below their grade level in reading. And that’s only one survey. What is more natural than seeing children and dogs together. Often children can relate better to their furry pals who are non-judgmental and offer comfort. Both children and […]
At FlexPet we regularly receive emails from customers who have seen great results from giving their pets. As the Chief Canine Officer for the company, it’s my duty to spread the word so I would like to share some of those stories on this blog as well. We received the following feedback from Kelsey S. […]
Caring for a dog is an extremely fulfilling experience but also a responsibility. Dogs need to be groomed, bathed and of course loved. Dogs with special needs are a challenge and puppies require extra care until they get older. Dog care articles: About Doggie Daycare Are Dewclaws Useful? Bathing a Large Dog Calming Your Dog’s […]