Resource Guarding In Dogs

Resource Guarding In Dogs

By Rangnath Tamboli* Let’s start with what is resource guarding. It is when a dog thinks of an object of utmost importance to it, so much so that it chooses to guard that object. You will see this with dogs and their food, their toys or even bones that they like...
The Dog Care Series: Training Your Puppy

The Dog Care Series: Training Your Puppy

*By Ashish Anthony Once you have selected your puppy and brought your new puppy home, here are a few things to keep in mind regarding training and obeying commands. Exercising Your Puppy The amount of exercise required by a puppy should be best left to the puppy....
Happiness Starts With A Wet Nose And A Wagging Tail

Happiness Starts With A Wet Nose And A Wagging Tail

 By Sandeep Lad* Tips To Help You Become A Better Pet Parent If you are considering bringing a canine companion into your life, think seriously about the commitment. Owning a dog is not just a joy and privilege but a huge responsibility as well! This doesn’t have to...
My Four Footed Co-Therapists

My Four Footed Co-Therapists

By Minal Kavishwar* I had a golden retriever named Goldie, who was my companion for 13 years. A lot of people will go ‘awww!’ when I’d tell them about my golden retriever. But what would you say if I tell you that she was not just my companion, but my co-therapist...
How To Walk Your Dog On A Leash Without Pulling

How To Walk Your Dog On A Leash Without Pulling

By Suresh Sherawat As a Professional Dog Trainer for the past three decades, one of the most common problems I have heard from dog owners worldwide is that their dog does not walk properly while on a leash. The erring canine often darts, zips back and pulls around...