Positive dog training

Play!

In most animals playfulness begins slowly to disappear as they become adults. However, humans bred dogs in such way that canines maintain playfulness and desire for play lifelong. I guess this is one of the traits that we value in dogs the most. That goofy, enthusiastic, positive behaviour of them that makes dogs hard to […]

Your Pet’s Microchip Is NO Proof Of Ownership

As a vet I strongly encourage all animal owners to microchip their pets. It is not only necessary for crossing boarders when travelling, but once every few weeks, somebody comes to our clinic with a found pet. By scanning the microchip that is no bigger than a rice grain sitting under the skin, we are […]

Bad weather? What to do with your dog at home?

Is it pouring outside and there is no promise of good weather for the next few days. Or have your dog had an injury and has to stay in and take it easy? Whatever the reason we offer you some fun activities with your dog. Hide&Seek If your dog already knows command “sit&stay” ask him to […]

Puppy social development. Read this before getting a puppy!

It is great to have a dog who is well-balanced, self-confident and friendly to other people, kids and pets. Early experiences and introduction to different stimuli can prepare your dog for future encounters in life. There are some crucial moments in puppy’s social development which you should take into considerations when taking care of your […]

Grainless pet food

In 2016 Americans spent almost $63 billion on pet food alone. The competition between different brands is huge. It is not easy to stand out, so companies come up with many creative ways to advertise. Gluten-free, organic, bio, grainless, vegan…. In this article we will review grainless pet food and its necessity to a healthy […]