When one decides to bring a pet into the home, kittens and puppies are often the first choice. You want to have that youthful joy, the chance at everything being new and exciting. However, that can quickly end when realization hits that these young pets actually require work, or more specifically training.
A dogs principal way of showing its owner how they may be feeling is through their movements and posture. For the blind this can be quite problematic and deprives them of valuable behavioral cures that up until now were unable to be observed.
“Looking in the mirror, staring back at me isn’t so much a face as the expression of a predicament.” There is an inherent irony that exists within the culture of pet ownership that is often overlooked and can be a bit challenging for those who recognize it and want to do better while the inequities contine to persist.
As the title states, animals versus drones. A bit of entertainment for your Thursday. You can't blame them for their reactions. If a drone was buzzing around you, you might want to smack it down, too :)
The Holidays can be a particularly stressful time for animals. The increased excitement, parties and extra people around can trigger a lot of reactions.
Halloween is the first major holiday we will be hitting for the season, and it’s a big one! Trick-or-Treaters ringing the doorbell over and over can set off the calmest of dogs. Not to mention the crazy costumes and noises.