As a dog age, so does their needs. You might have noticed that those energetic puppy outbursts are getting fewer, your dog is taking longer naps and the walks seems slower than before. A dog can be called a senior dog from the age of 7 and onward depending on the breed. In general smaller … Fortsätt läsa Senior dogs – How to make their senior years golden!
It is no secret that having a dog makes life a little better. Dogs are there for us no matter which mood we are in. They are ready to play if we feel playful, they are by our side if we need to take a walk or a run and they are there when we … Fortsätt läsa The Oxytocin Boost
The other day Facebook told me that one of my most popular posts from this week was a picture of how to greet a dog (see picture below) that I had shared, so I thought I’d write a blog about it. I really like this illustration because it pinpoints exactly how to greet a dog … Fortsätt läsa How to greet a dog?
We all know that a dog’s hearing is exceptional, but how does a dog’s ear really work? And how does it affect the dog’s behavior? First let’s look at the physiology of the ear. The outer ear called pinna directs the sound waves into the ear canal, where they are transmitted by the tympanic membrane … Fortsätt läsa A dog’s hearing
Today we will talk about how dog see. Many people believe that dogs do not see as well as humans, but is it really so? Let’s first dive into the physiology of a dog’s eyes. Just like humans a dog’s eyes consists of the cornea and lense in the front of the eye. The cornea … Fortsätt läsa A dog’s vision – Do humans really see better than dogs?