What could be more impressive than your dog sitting and offering a paw to shake hands to say hello. When someone comes to the door it will prove really helpful. This advanced version of giving a paw, involves your dog learning a new way of greeting people. Behaviour that is both polite and extremely cute is a bonus.
MyPawsOn.com would like to introduce you to this great guide to owning a new puppy written by Helen Edwards. It is available to read or buy through Amazon. We think it is a really helpful and well written guide for new dog owners.
Helen has given us a short article about what inspired her to write the book and included some great insights into parenting a puppy.
Basically, dogs who wear yellow need space from other dogs and people. It is a warning not to approach.
We came across Yellow Dog UK recently. This is a fantastic campaign whose aim is to help educate dog owners and the public to recognise that some dogs “need space”.
It is hoped that dogs wearing Yellow will become a recognised symbol and bring awareness for dogs who need space while training, recovering from surgery, or being rehabilitated. Eventually, everyone will know why dogs wear yellow.
This noble goal is achieved through snazzy yellow accessories for the dogs who need a bit of extra space. For example, the jacket and lead modelled below by Bella.
MyPawsOn.com are delighted to introduce you to House of Henry and their beautiful range of gift ideas for dog lovers. Read on to discover more about House of Henry and get some ideas for winter grooming too.
How Reading to Dogs Helps Child Literacy in America
By Ali Thompson
Reading is a crucial skill to success in school—and ultimately in life. When children are late in learning to read, it can set back their entire educational path.
To help strengthen literacy skills, many schools and after school programs have found a creative way to encourage kids to practice reading. They bring in dogs. Quite simply, reading to dogs helps children learn to read better.
And so to our article on the best dog friendly budget hotels in the South East. Last time we looked at accommodation in Yorkshire and the Humber. We’ve hand-selected a few of the region’s best value, best-reviewed hotels, B&Bs and inns just for you. When you and your dog fancy a jaunt away from home, now you know where to go!
We’ve searched high and low for the accommodation that makes both you and your pup welcome. These are dog-lovers holidays, for those who love to walk in the countryside, swim in the sea and explore the beautiful villages and towns of the UK.