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Siberian Husky and Baby Playing Together
  • 28.12.2022
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Siberian Husky and Baby Playing Together If you have a newborn baby, you might be wondering if you should get a Siberian Husky. Huskies are a wonderful breed of dog, but they aren't always the best fit for kids. Despite their love of children, Huskies need to be trained well and should never be left unsupervised with small children. If you want to get a Siberian Husky as a pet, it's a good idea to learn some tips for caring for a baby and your dog. Huskies are very smart, sociable and loving dogs, but they can be a little boisterous. It's important to be aware of these characteristics, so you can avoid any accidents and enjoy the bonding experience between the two of you. One of the first things you need to do when you introduce your new baby to your Husky is make sure your dog is on a leash. This will ensure your baby will not run away from the dog, and it will also help protect your dog from injury. You should also make sure that your child understands that the dog is not to chase them. Kids and Huskies should never play games where it looks like they are preying on one another. Instead, the game should be about hunting with the dog. When your children play with the dog, you should reward them and let them know they did a good job. Another important factor to consider is your dog's physical condition. Since Huskies are very active dogs, you'll need to exercise them regularly to maintain their healthy bodies. Without sufficient exercise, they will become hyperactive and destructive. They will also exhibit signs of stress. Ensure that you give your dog plenty of exercise, both physically and mentally, so he doesn't suffer from exhaustion and develop behavioral problems. Siberian Huskies are a great pet for young children. While the Siberian Husky can sometimes be a bit difficult to get along with, they are easy to train and adapt to children. However, you should take your time and be patient to see results. Positive reinforcement can be a very powerful tool when it comes to training children and huskies. During the initial weeks after your baby is born, you should set aside time for you and the dog. After your baby arrives, you should gradually increase the time you are away from the dog. For instance, if you have an eight- to ten-year-old, you can leave the dog with the baby for a short while, but you should have someone with you all the time to supervise the dog. Before bringing your baby home, you should also make sure to have a baby gate in place. The husky may try to jump over the gate, and you don't want that. Similarly, you don't want the husky to accidentally nip your baby. Once you have your baby home, it's also important to teach your child how to properly behave with your Husky. It can be a difficult situation to navigate, but with some patience and positive reinforcement, you'll have a great relationship between the two of you.

Pit Bull Chained to Tree Transforms Into the Happiest, Prettiest Girl | The Dodo Pittie Nation
  • 27.12.2022
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A Pit Bull Terrier Chained to a Tree Transforms Into the Happiest, Prettiest Girl A 1-year-old Pit Bull chained to a tree in the woods near the Bronx River Parkway was found abandoned. Her owner had left the dog unfed and out of water. This pit bull was dejected and begging for help. But fortunately, a jogger happened to hear the dog barking and returned the next day to investigate. Thankfully, Officer Justin Bruzgul, who saw the potential in Kiah, rescued her from her awful existence. Then he taught her how to be a K9 officer. After being rescued, the pit bull went on to become New York State's first Pit Bull K9 officer. Pit Bulls have a bad reputation. They are often abused, mistreated, or abandoned. Despite the negative images of this breed, there are numerous groups and individuals actively working to redeem their image in the public's eyes. One of these groups is Love Furry Friends Rescue. Their mission is to rescue dogs from stray shelters, as well as animals in need. In addition, their organization feeds stray animals. Another organization that works to improve the reputation of Pit Bulls is RGB Pit Bulls. The group has a Facebook page and Instagram account. Users can follow them on their social media accounts and share their own experiences with the breed. One of the most common myths about the breed is that it is aggressive. While Pit Bulls do sometimes get into fights, they are incredibly sociable dogs and are generally happy to spend time with people. However, they can also become destructive if left alone. That is why it is important to be familiar with how to break up a fight with a minimal amount of fuss. In an attempt to reverse the negative stereotypes of the Pit Bull, one police officer is attempting to educate the public about the breed. Cesar Millan is an expert on the breed and has a program on TV that airs Sundays at 10 AM Eastern | 9 AM Central called Cesar 911. He will show viewers how to safely and properly interact with a Pit Bull. Whether you are an experienced or new Pit Bull owner, it is important to understand the importance of exercise and supervision. These breeds require a lot of time for their owners to devote to them. Many Pit Bulls need two hours of daily attention. Pit Bulls are very active dogs, and need a lot of exercise. It is a good idea to create play groups with other adults and children. Also, introducing a Pit Bull to other adult dogs can be a fun way to introduce them to their new surroundings. If you are a Pit Bull owner, you can reduce the risk of your dog becoming aggressive by ensuring they receive proper socialization and training. Be sure to let them meet other dogs, and make sure they have the appropriate collar and leash. The best way to avoid territorial behavior from your dog is to keep them in a neutral territory. For example, if your home is located in a neighborhood with many other homes, consider relocating to a more rural area, or to a neutral territory that is not populated by other households.

Mini Dachshund bath time
  • 24.12.2022
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How to Make Bath Time Easier for Your Mini Dachshund There's no doubt that mini Dachshunds are cute and fun. But taking them for a bath can be a little bit tricky. Here are some tips to help you get your pup ready for the big bath. First, make sure to have the right equipment. Some of the most important items are shampoo, a brush, a towel, and a soft washcloth. Having these will help you keep your dachshund clean and dry while you wash. Adding treats can also be helpful. While your dog is waiting for you to take him out of the shower, you may want to use a soft lick pad to keep him occupied. You can even spread peanut butter on it to keep him interested. However, if your dog isn't a fan of these treats, you might consider trying a softer food like pumpkin puree. This will make your doxie more comfortable during the bath. Next, you need to create a relaxing environment for your dachshund. If you have a bathtub, fill the tub with lukewarm water. Then, you need to set a non-slip mat on the bottom of the tub. Once you've done this, you can gently place your dachshund into the bath. Don't forget to support his back! When you are ready to take your dachshund out of the tub, you need to rub his coat with a towel. After you've finished rubbing his coat, you need to rinse it off and dry him off. Use a second towel to ensure that he's completely dry. While you're washing your dachshund, you might want to try using a special sprayer. A product called Aquapaw Dog Bath Brush has a sprayer that's similar to a curry comb. Be careful not to push anything inside your doxie's ears! Another tip to make bath time easier on your dachshund is to use a kiddie pool. Dachshunds can jump out of the sink and hurt their backs. To avoid this, you can purchase a kiddie pool. Alternatively, you can keep a wet towel in the sink or bath and let your dachshund scurry out of it. While you're taking your dachshund for a bath, you might also want to give him a treat or two. Treats can make bath time more fun and less stressful for your doxie. Lastly, it's always best to use a gentle soap. Many dogs have a tendency to get a rash when they are shampooed. Try to avoid shampooing your dachshund with harsh chemicals and choose a non-toxic, gentle soap. During the bath, you can also massage conditioner into his fur. Taking a mini Dachshund for a bath can be a great way to bond with your pup. Just be sure to prepare your bathroom for it and don't stress out about it. As long as you keep your cool, you'll be rewarded with a happy doxie! Make the most of it and watch the cute video below. It might make your day!