February 22, 2008

Dachshund Dogs

I remember how my officemates and I used to admire and gather around my previous employer's dog. Everytime we saw her dog running around their property, we used to play and had fun with it even by just watching the dog roaming around. My former boss dog was a Dachshund breed with its nice smooth shiny black hair and short-legged physical feature. Back then, I never got the chance to see this type of dogs very often, and I personally think that they are absolutely unique and so adorable. Dachshund dogs are quite high-energy, very curious with its sorrounding, and very friendly as well, which are great qualities for dogs specially if you are looking for a new pet to adopt.

Dachshund dogs originated from the country of Germany. Back then, Europeans trained and depend on their Dachshund dogs to hunt for badger and fox. With proper Dachshund training, this breed will be great and perfect as a watchdog specially that this breed have a known reputation as a hunt dog. Although, I have only seen a smooth black coated Dachshund dog in person, this breed of dog is composed of several different hair colors and their hair coat also comes in three different varieties like smooth, long-haired and wire-haired. Dachshund dogs comes in two different heights, the 5-6 inches miniature ones and the standard size which is around 8-9 inches. Dachshund dogs life expectancy are known to average around 12-14 years which is great as pets because pet owners will be able to enjoy their company for many years.

If you are considering adopting or buying a dog or a puppy, and you are open to any dog breeds and want to know more about Dachshund puppies as a pet or valuable member of your household, checkout Dachshund puppies for sale. DogChannel website provides great information regarding Dachshund puppy care, Dachshund training, and more. You can also find Dachshund puppy pictures in their website.

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February 17, 2008

Chicken Bones Treat Is Not Recommended

There are some pet owners out there that give there dogs chicken bones as treats after the pet owners are done eating their fried chicken meals. But I personally do not recommend giving chicken bones as dog treats because if you will notice how chicken bones breaks into very sharp pieces that could hurt your dogs internally and you may have no way of knowing right away because there are no physical exterior signs at first. But can you imagine how sharp chicken bones pieces can possibly be harmful to your dogs interior body organs like the intestine and stomach? Dogs may be able to break and chew chicken bones into pieces but it does not mean that the bones turns soft or fully digest when the bones goes down to their body. There are several different dog treats and biscuits out there that works safer for your dogs like rawhides and pig ears. It is best for your dogs sake not to take chances on your dogs well-being, giving chicken bones as treat might not be the safest for your dogs health. Sometimes, dogs can getaway with eating chicken bones and not hurt inside, but its better safe than sorry. It is best to give our dogs safe foods and treats that they can enjoy, as well as keep them safe and healthy.

Note: If you are concern about your dog's health and well-being, have you ever thought about what are the ingredients included in your dog's food and where they come from, you might also want to consider cooking your own dog foods using organic fruits and vegetables that are healthy for them. You have to do some research which fruit, and which vegetable can be harmful to the dogs so that you don't include them in your cooking recipe.

February 12, 2008

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Personalized Pet Memorials

Whether we like it or not, nothing or no one will last forever in this world, and when we loss a pet, either a dog or a cat, it would be a very devastating and emotional moment for anyone specially that we always consider our pets as a valuable member of our family. And lossing a pet is dealing with pain and hurt of losing someone that we loved.

But lossing a pet does not mean that she/he will forever be gone in someones life. A departed pet once became a great part of our lives, and we want to always remember the good things that we shared when our pet were still alive. One great way to treasure these memories with your pet even after she/he is gone is with pet memorial products like
portrait pet memorial urns.
Pet memorial products provided by AngelAshes such as pet photo urns allows us to hold a personalized valuable remembrance of our pet, who once shared a beautiful memories with us and played an important and dear role in our lives. It is only fitting that we remember our pets, even after they are gone, in a special manner by memorializing their presence with pet memorial products. Some of the great options that you can choose as a pet memorials are personalized nameplate, complementary figurine, and/or photo of your beloved pet.

When a pet would leave us behind, she/he may be physically gone but she/he will never be forgotten. Our pet will always be remembered, memories will always be cherished and treasured, and will always have a special place in our hearts.

February 11, 2008

Our Travelling Doggy

We are extremely happy and proud of our doggy because she finally can adjust to being in a car and can now handle long trips.

For two days in a row, we brought our dog with us on our long travels that took as more than eight (8) hours of travel per day. And we are so thrilled that she no longer puke and vomit like she used to do when we first adopted her. She used to get car sick all the time that is why we were quite hesitant to bring her to most of our travels.

But good thing that we took the time to train her to shorter trips like a 10-15 minutes drive to the grocery store or to the post office, she finally learned how to manage herself while inside the car while on the move. It took us months training her with shorter trips before she finally get accustomed to the moving car, and could handle the longer trips.

So if you have a dog that get car sick all the time during your trips, try to train your dog by brining your dog to shorter trips, as it might just work for you and your dog too. Just like our dog, there is great hope for most dog to get adjusted and become a traveler as well, it might not happen overnight, but with practice and perseverance, your effort will be rewarded with a fun and exciting trips having your the company and presence of your dog.

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February 7, 2008

Get Your Own Golden Retriever Puppy

I grow up as a kid surrounded by a lot of dogs as pets in our household. Currently, we have two lovely dogs that we love and adore, and we definitely consider them as part of our family. If we ever decide to add another dog in the bunch, I would definitely consider a pure breed Golden Retriever dog because they are among the widely popular breed of dogs nowadays and they are such sweet, good looking and nice hair color dogs. One of our neighbors have Golden Retriever dogs, and their dogs are so adorable and fun to be around too.

When I checked out
DogChannel site, i noticed that they highly specialized in dogs and provide tons of useful information and articles related to dogs and puppies. DogChannel site also have puppies for sale, which is great place to look for pure breed dogs specially if you been wanting and looking for one. The site allows you to choose among many different breeds of dogs available including Golden Retriever puppies and Rottweiler puppies, just to name a few.

So if you are looking for a new puppy that you want to add to your family or want to give as a present for a family or a friend,
DogChannel site provides you with helpful facts and data that may help you with your quest, and you can also check out all the different breed of puppies available that you can purchase.

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February 3, 2008

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