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.
The creation of Dog Parks across the country has given dogs the opportunity to run and play with friends in a secure, fenced-in environment. For those living in big cities, it’s a wonderful improvement over the daily, sometimes boring walk. However if we want these dog parks to remain open, there are some rules and […]
The major infectious diseases of dogs are Canine Distemper, Infectious Canine Hepatitis, Parvovirus, Leptospirosis and Parainfluenza – DHLP/P. Leptosprosis can affect humans. Bordetella or Kennel Cough is another that can be prevented. Intranasal vaccine is sprayed into the dog’s nose. These are all preventable diseases as there are vaccines available. Your vet will tell you […]
Everyone loves a cute, active, adorable little puppy…which means they spend very little time in shelters. But that’s not quite the case with older dogs. A senior dog can spend an extended period of time calling a shelter home because they are often overlooked by adoptive families. But there are some big benefits to adopting […]