Can Dog Fleas Live on Humans and Bite?


Where there is a pet or our furry companion, there is a flea. You might have noticed dogs being itchy sometimes in their crates or circling as if they are following their tail? It’s a good sign of a flea attack on you and your Pup’s territory. And trust me, it’s normal. Fleas are tinny … Read more

How Dogs Communicate With Each Other?


Have you ever looked at two dogs barking at each other and wondered if they are fighting? Then, when you think they will kill each other, they start to sniff each other’s muzzle and sit together? This is entire because it’s pretty tricky to understand the way our furry friends communicate. Dogs either communicate through … Read more

How to Stop My Dog From Biting When Excited?

Many dog owners surf a lot about dealing with the canine behavior of biting and mouthing when their Pup is excited, frustrated, or meeting new people. Unfortunately, coping with these behaviors is directly linked to understanding the cause, behavioral changes, and their training in their puppyhood that turned out to be biting or nipping in … Read more

How Do Dog Whistles Work? Types of Whistles


Dog whistles are a form of canine communication that uses a simple sound to detect and respond to, usually through body language. The whistle’s frequency is designed to be too high for human ears to hear, but dogs can easily hear. Shockingly, dog whistles are the first-ever example of non-verbal communication. As a dog parent, … Read more

Why Do Dogs Pee When Excited?


Do you ever wonder why your dog pees when they get excited? It can be pretty frustrating when your pup starts to mark their territory right in front of you, especially when you’re trying to show them off to friends and family. In this blog post, we will explore the reasons behind this behavior and … Read more

How to Make My Dog and Cat Get Along?


Many people have stereotyped the relationship between dogs and cats for age by pitting them against one another. Dogs and cats are different species, and they might see each other as potential prey. Well, it doesn’t mean that they can’t get along. However, you need to train your pets by keeping their personality in mind. … Read more