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Tiny chihuahua puppy adorably teases sleepy American bulldog
  • 27.08.2022
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Tiny Chihuahua Puppy Adorably Teases Sleepy American Bulldog This adorable video of a chihuahua puppy playing with a sleeping American bulldog has gone viral. The adorable moment was captured by the owner of both dogs, and it has since gained more than 22 million views. It is a perfect example of how dogs can interact with each other and form good friendships. This video shows the bond between a chihuahua puppy and an American bulldog. In the first video, the chihuahua puppy treats the bulldog's tail like a chew toy and engages in playful playtime with the bulldog. The bulldog shows great patience with the puppy, nudging it whenever it gets too rough. This is a lovely example of how a dog can be your best friend. Despite the fact that American bulldogs are usually sappy and aloof, the Chihuahua puppy is full of energy. The American bulldog, on the other hand, is relaxed and tries to ignore the playful Chihuahua.

The dog cried when he was fed after 3 weeks in the sun and the miracle happened
  • 25.08.2022
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My Dog Cried When He Was Fed After 3 Weeks in the Sun After three weeks in the sun, my dog began to cry and growl when I fed him. This was a sign that he had been in the sun for too long. I took him to the vet and he diagnosed him with thyroid disease, so we started him on a hypoallergenic, grain-free diet. It took a couple of days to get the dog to eat again, but he's now doing great.

Peanut, the mini dachshund, trying to wake up
  • 19.08.2022
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Peanut the Mini Dachshund Trying to Wake Up Peanut the mini dachshund has been struggling to wake up since last night. His cries and whines are not unusual, but you should take him to a veterinarian as soon as possible to rule out any underlying health problems. If you suspect your pet has a peanut allergy, you should watch out for the warning signs listed below. It's a common misconception that miniature dogs are flimsier than their larger cousins. They have short legs and extra-long bodies, which can make them look fragile. However, many factors contribute to their overall longevity. Listed below are the factors that can contribute to a dachshund's health and longevity. Providing a comfortable, soft bed for your dachshund is one of the first steps in ensuring he has a peaceful, happy life. Dachshunds are very fond of human attention, and they thrive with plenty of human interaction. To keep them occupied, you should provide them with chew toys, such as Kongs. Bananas are safe for your dog and can provide a variety of benefits. They are a good source of protein and are rich in vitamins B and E. You can also stuff peanut butter into a Kong toy to keep them entertained for hours. Be sure to use raw, unsalted peanut butter, though. Some human-grade peanut butter has additives that are harmful to dogs.

Golden Retriever Reacts to Tiny Kittens and Puppy that Occupying his Bed
  • 08.08.2022
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What Does a Golden Retriever Do When He Finds Me Sleeping in His Bed? If you've ever had a dog and you're wondering what your best friend would do, keep reading. Here are some reasons your Golden would want to sleep with you in his bed. First of all, dogs love to be close to you, even when they're sleeping. It's instinctual for them to want to stay close to their masters, particularly when the temperature outside is low. And as a pack animal, they see you as the pack leader. So, when your dog finds you sleeping in his bed, he will try to keep you warm. Another common reason your dog might be jealous of you is because of your sleeping habits. Dogs are pack animals and naturally prefer to sleep close to family members, so they may prefer to sleep with their backs facing you. Even if they're not snuggled up, they may want to sleep at the foot of the bed so they can avoid being rolled over. A dog's sigh of contentment is a sign that he's ready to sleep. If you're a light sleeper, you might want to think twice about sharing your bed with your dog. If you're allergic to his fur, you may want to reconsider. However, if you're a heavy sleeper, you might want to give him his own sleeping space. If you're having trouble sleeping with your dog, consult with a behavior consultant or professional trainer.

Pittie Can’t Go A Minute Without His Favorite Plushie
  • 05.08.2022
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Every Office Should Have a Pittie A Pittie is the perfect addition to every office, and these cute cats are a fun way to brighten up your workspace. These cats are extremely friendly, and they can fit into just about any living situation. The key is to socialize them well and make sure they get plenty of attention and exercise. Even if they're not allowed to come to work, your employees will appreciate your Pittie's loyalty and eagerness to please.

Obstacle Challenge Golden Retriever and Cat
  • 05.08.2022
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Obstacle Challenge Golden Retriever and Cat If you love watching animals interact with one another, you will surely enjoy the latest video, "Obstacle Challenge Golden Retriever and Cat." This cute and entertaining video combines human and pet interaction in a fun way. Golden retrievers and cats alike will have fun tackling various obstacles and testing their agility. This video will give you some inspiration for your next obstacle challenge. It is sure to amuse and educate your friends. The first step is to create an obstacle course that your dog can complete. You should place plastic cups as the obstacles. Use the red solo cup as the main obstacle and hold a treat for your dog on the other side. Watch as your dog turns into an Olympic champion! You can even find a similar obstacle for your cat! If you want to make this video even more fun, combine it with a cartoon dog. Another fun activity for your pet is to play with him/her in the stairwell. Golden Retrievers love chasing after treats and can be bribed with a treat. Make sure that you have several treats handy so you can reward your dog for completing each challenge. A game like this keeps your dog active and helps him learn manners, so make sure you use a rope designed for dogs with teeth. A rope made of special material will not cause any harm to your dog's teeth. One safe tug rope for dogs is the Mammoth Tug Rope.

Yorkie Protecting Her Daddy
  • 04.08.2022
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How to Stop a Yorkie Protecting Her Daddy A few tips on how to stop a Yorkie from protecting her Daddy are in order. Keeping your Yorkie calm will help you to prevent the problem. Remember that a Yorkie is a child and is likely to be very protective of her parents. It is important to be consistent and give your Yorkie enough training to understand who is Alpha and who is not. If your Yorkie does not respect your authority, she may snap and growl. You should also avoid eye contact and speaking with her when she acts up. Isolating her from other dogs can help to solve this problem. Regardless of size, a Yorkie is territorial and can become possessive if a new dog comes home. If a new dog does enter the home, she may challenge the "intruder" and may fight it to the death. Be sure to introduce your new pet to your Yorkie carefully. She will not enjoy having another dog or cat around and may try to protect her Daddy by attacking it. Yorkies are often small, which means they aren't the best choice for families with young children. This type of dog is too small to handle safely by children, although they can get along with other pets if socialized properly. Despite the small size, Yorkies are very bold and will often chase after other dogs or strangers. Once you've trained your Yorkie to protect you, it will become second nature.

Police Dog Turns Into Giant Mush Around His Baby Sister
  • 03.08.2022
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Police Dog Turns Into Giant Mush Around His Baby Sister If you've ever wondered why your police dog turns into a giant mush around his baby sister, you aren't the only one. If you've ever been in his position, you'll have understood the importance of sharing a toy. However, the police dog has his own sweet spot and has a special place for his baby sister. This is why we have shared the video below to bring this story to life. Sonny, a police dog, barks for calls from the back of a patrol car and listens to his partner when he's on call. But when he gets home, he switches off the cop switch to spend all his time with his baby sister. While he is working hard for his police department, he's a little greedy with his toys. This behavior makes Sonny a bit grumpy around his baby sister, but once Officer Lainey puts on her uniform, he's all business! A police dog's love for a family is almost irreplaceable. A family dog offers unconditional love, and that's something that humans can't get anywhere else. Having a family dog is almost as good as having a child. This special bond between a police dog and his family is a priceless gift. So, take a moment to watch the adorable video!

This Dog Is So Loyal, He Checks Up On Toddler Every Night
  • 02.08.2022
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This Dog Is So Loyal He Checks Up On Toddler Every Night It's no secret that dogs are very loyal, and this Rottweiler's bedtime routine is just one example. This dog watches over his owner's toddler before bedtime, and it's amazing to see the bond that they share. Seeing the adorable interaction between toddler and dog has inspired many other parents to adopt the same behavior for their children. Besides providing comfort and security to the toddler, the dog is also a great help with the potty training process. The boy always has a stuffed toy that looks just like Kendall with him at all times. The two are best friends and are inseparable. It's really hard to imagine a child growing up without a dog. These two pups are inseparable, and the boy calls Kendall his "failure" — because his stuffed animal resembles Kendall.

Every Office Should Have a Pittie
  • 01.08.2022
  • 2118

Every Office Should Have a Pittie A Pittie is the perfect addition to every office, and these cute cats are a fun way to brighten up your workspace. These cats are extremely friendly, and they can fit into just about any living situation. The key is to socialize them well and make sure they get plenty of attention and exercise. Even if they're not allowed to come to work, your employees will appreciate your Pittie's loyalty and eagerness to please.

Golden Retriever doesn't want to wait for me to unpack his New Bed!
  • 31.07.2022
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My Golden Retriever Doesn't Want to Wait For Me to Unpack His New Bed It's a normal response for a dog to be reluctant to share his new bed. A new bed is something your dog probably does not enjoy, so you need to take your time and get your pup comfortable with it. Initially, your Golden might not want to wait for you to unpack it, so he may get confused by the new smell. Don't worry! He'll eventually get used to it and won't be as reluctant as you are. I have a solution for this problem. I brought my dog with me on the moving day. He wasn't in the mood for a walk. Instead, I took him to a friend's house while I packed. He was able to explore the new house while I re-arranged the furniture. He didn't want to wait for me to unpack his New Bed!

This Pittie Was Pregnant In A Shelter When She Found The Best Family
  • 31.07.2022
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A Pittie Was Pregnant In A Shelter When She Found The Best Family A video of this pregnant pit bull's maternity photoshoot has gone viral, and the story behind it is simply heartwarming. Koko, a female pit bull, was rescued from a shelter during the height of her pregnancy. The homeward trails animal rescue group stepped in to help her. Though shy upon arrival, Koko soon became playful and became part of the family. Foster mom Cary Smith was impressed by Koko's expressiveness and photogenic personality. When Storie woke up that morning, she found herself with a litter of 12 puppies in her bed. The shelter staff were worried about Storie's health, since she was heavily pregnant. They took her to the vet and found out that she was carrying 12 puppies. After only 18 hours, Storie gave birth to her puppies. After a few days, the pups started to play, bark, and eat solid food. Noelani rescued Zia, the pregnant pit bull who was living in a Central Valley shelter. She fostered dogs and noticed the pit bull. She knew that Zia needed a home where she could give birth and be healthy. Noelani was able to help Zia give birth safely and reunited her with her loving family. The rescue group found homes for the puppies and Zia and her babies. When Maya was abandoned in a shelter, she was five months old. She was suffering from demodex and non contagious mange. Luckily, someone noticed the incident and brought her to a local animal shelter. Soon, she was adopted by FWPBC. She now has her forever family. The FWPBC is so proud of its adoption success story, which can be inspiring to those who have lost their beloved pets.

Pudgy the Pug Has Trouble Breathing
  • 30.07.2022
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Pudgy the Pug Has Trouble Breathing? 3 Easy Ways to Help Your Pug Breathe Better Is your pug having trouble breathing? Are you worried it is a sign of something more serious? Fortunately, there are ways to help your pup breathe better. Here are three easy ways to help your pug. Pugs often have trouble breathing in cold and hot weather. Limit your pug's outdoor time and avoid long walks if your pet has trouble breathing. You can also try giving your pup a bath. One of the most common causes of Pug breathing problems is her skull shape. A Pug's respiratory system consists of the nares, pharynx, and larynx. These are connected to the esophagus, also known as the windpipe. In addition, your pup's trachea connects the voice box to the lungs. Pugs have abnormalities in all of these areas, which can make it difficult for them to breathe. Excess weight can also cause breathing problems. Overweight Pugs tend to pant, which reduces airflow and causes more strain on the lungs. It's best to introduce your pug to new people gradually, and never force them to meet your Pug unless you're absolutely certain it will be a good fit. This will help you avoid the need to make frequent trips to the vet for treatment. Your pug may be suffering from breathing problems. You don't need to worry - most of these issues can be treated by following a few general care tips. You can also seek medical attention for more serious issues, such as lung cancer or an injury to the chest wall. And remember, even if your pug is experiencing breathing problems, they can still run outdoors with your help. Just make sure you take them on a walk for at least 15 to 30 minutes a day.

These Pug Dogs Video Will Put You 100% in Happy Mood
  • 28.07.2022
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This These Pug Dogs Video Will Put You 100% in Happy Mood This These Pug Dogs Video Will Put You 100 Percent in a Happy Mood The most amazing thing about pug dogs is that they are capable of conveying their emotions. Few dog breeds are as empathetic and emotionally transparent as Pugs. Pugs are highly intelligent and have an instinct to learn, but they also have adaptive intelligence, which is a measure of how well they learn by themselves. Pugs do not show the same level of intelligence as Border Collies, so they need different motivators. The creator of this video had over 2 million TikTok followers. She has inspired many to quit their day jobs, write songs, and seize new opportunities. She uses the hashtag #NoBones to share her experiences. One user turned in her two weeks' notice on last bones day and blamed it on a broken coffee machine. One user even made a song about this topic!

Pit Bull Who Was Scared Of Men Falls In Love With His New Dad
  • 27.07.2022
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Will My Dog Always Be Scared? Will my dog always be scared Fear and aggression often go hand in hand. However, there are cases when the fight/flight response is over stimulated because of something that is not life-threatening. This is common among dogs with phobias or genetically-based fear. Fear can be overcome with positive reinforcement, but it can also develop into a phobia. In these cases, your pet may exhibit aggression and become fearful in response to the stimulus. Fear is a normal reaction to stimuli Dogs are not abnormal if they experience fear. Fear is a natural reaction to stimuli that cause the animal to react. Fortunately, there are several techniques that can help pets overcome their fear. One approach uses classical conditioning and positive reinforcement training. In this method, your dog is taught to associate food with specific fear triggers. This method is useful because it re-wires a negative experience into a positive one. This behavior is more appealing to pets than a neutral or negative experience. Physiologically, fear is the body's natural response to a potentially dangerous situation. Fearful animals avoid dangerous situations or activities. These pets perceive danger, and they act accordingly. Understanding the mechanisms by which fear affects animals can help them cope with potentially harmful situations. In addition to behavioral changes, fear can also be harmful. Animals that exhibit aggressive behaviour may be at risk of serious health problems. It's a genetic predisposition Fear and phobias in dogs can be hereditary, but the cause of phobic behavior is unknown. Researchers believe that genetics plays a large role in fear behavior, but the causes of phobias are not yet known. The CDC estimates that approximately 50% of the population has symptoms of psychological disorders by age 40. While most of these problems are not severe enough to require medical intervention, active symptoms can impact family relationships and social interactions. And a new study has shown that dogs are susceptible to these problem behaviors. While genetics are a complex process, the recent study found that a genomic region associated with fearfulness is linked to anxiety and brain development. Further analysis could uncover new neural mechanisms that relate to fear. The researchers conducted the study using data from 120 Great Dane dogs. The Great Dane is one of the largest dog breeds in the world and they were approached by dog owners who worried their dogs might be fearful of new people and animals. It can be overcome with positive reinforcement When a child misbehaves, it deserves a response. But sometimes it's hard to tell when they're doing something right. Look for moments when they're making good choices and reinforce them. Positive reinforcement builds on success. In other words, a child will be more likely to make good choices when parents respond positively to their actions. Besides, a child will feel appreciated when parents respond positively to their actions. Positive reinforcement can be present in everyday situations, such as when a child cleans the living room and gets a prize or a compliment from her teacher. In addition to giving praise, she may also receive a smile from her mother. She will be more likely to brush her hair in the future. The same principle holds true for a toddler who sits in the laundry basket when his mother sees him doing so. It can develop into a phobia A phobia is a persistent, uncontrollable fear of a specific object or situation. Exposure to the feared object or situation almost always leads to an immediate feeling of anxiety, which may even manifest as a panic attack. Children with phobias often exhibit intense anxiety by crying, throwing tantrums, or freezing in place. Other children may display no such symptoms, but they avoid the feared object or situation with intense anxiety. A phobia is a condition in which a person experiences excessive fear and panic attacks whenever they encounter the feared object. The phobia is often linked to a specific object or situation, and may be as simple or as severe as the person's own life. It can become a major hindrance in work, school, or personal relationships, and affects the person's ability to enjoy life. Unfortunately, an estimated 19 million Americans suffer from a phobia. It can develop into a generalized anxiety disorder Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) is a severe condition that causes a person to be uncomfortable, unable to function properly in several areas of their life. Often resulting in difficulties at work, in relationships with others, and even in social situations, the disorder can make life miserable. However, it is possible to prevent it from becoming a disorder by seeking help early on. Some people may have a tendency to develop GAD because of their personality traits. These individuals may be less confident and timid, and they are more likely to avoid potentially hazardous situations. When people suffer from GAD, they worry excessively about everyday situations and occurrences. The feelings are uncontrollable, and the sufferer may experience restlessness, muscle tension, and headaches. They may also have heart palpitations and abdominal upset. Children with GAD may worry about their school performance or the safety of themselves or other family members, while adolescents may worry about possible future events. These worries can lead to a lack of self-esteem and even physical health issues.

How to assist Whelping Pug, peaceful home birth, dog gives birth to 7 puppies time lapse tips
  • 25.07.2022
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How to Assist Whelping Pug - Time Lapse Tips For a Peaceful Home Birth While a Pug is pregnant, there are a few things you can do to help the delivery process go as smoothly as possible. First, keep the Pug calm and comfortable as much as possible. This means reducing physical activity and making sure that your Pug is in a relaxed state. You should also have plenty of supplies on hand, in case an early delivery happens. And keep an eye out for early warning signs, such as pacing or restlessness. Providing a warm bed for the pups is also a good idea. Pugs can get quite cold during their first few days of life, so you will want to keep a sheet of paper nearby and a hat. Also, remember to provide plenty of food and water, so that they will be healthy and have the right nutrition. Pugs are great companion dogs, but they can also be difficult to socialize. Pugs are known to hump German Shepherds at the dog park. In addition, their physiology makes them difficult to train. They can also have problems with their ears, breathing, and sleep. However, pugs are generally gentle and will only bite if they feel threatened or unsafe. Pregnant pugs need to eat more than usual. This is because they will be consuming extra calories to support the growing pups. It is important to give them a variety of foods to satisfy their appetite. You should also make sure their water bowl is always full. And don't forget to visit a veterinarian for an exam.

Giving Medicines To Simba Is A Challenge
  • 19.07.2022
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Giving Medicines To Simba Is A Challenge The name Simba may give you pause, but the lion's name is anything but shy. The lion is a real challenge to treat, as he is a king of all jungle creatures. Giving him medicine is a daunting task, even more so because he is not an easy target. The biggest challenge, however, is keeping the medicine safe. Here are some tips to help you treat Simba. In June this year, Simba suffered a stroke. He was left paralysed on his left side and could not speak or eat. When Simba woke up from his coma, his hospital bill had already reached PS93,000 and he had no way of paying it. Simba's family have lived in the UK for years, but the hospital charges are based on his immigration status. Despite the risk of death, Simba continues to fight against Scar and his army. This is the biggest challenge of his life. The lions are a fearsome force, and they don't like people asking for help. As a result, they revert to their natural predatory instincts and attack Simba. This enrages the lions, but Simba survives the attack and saves his mother and her children.

Baby Grows Up With His 125 Pound Dog
  • 19.07.2022
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Baby Grows Up With His 125 Pound Dog The title of this article is a play on the famous phrase, "A baby grows up with his teddy bear." But this is not a typical story. Baby grows up with his 125 pound dog is not all about cuteness. It's also about socialization. The baby needs to be exposed to people, places and things, including other dogs, while the dog grows up with his new family. Before Drax was introduced to the baby, the parents did a thorough socialization with the dog. During the first few weeks, the dog was right by the baby's feet. The baby got to know Drax well and learned to roll over. The parents also took care to train the dog to be gentle with the baby. Eventually, the dog and baby became close friends. This adorable tale is an uplifting read for new parents, and for dog lovers everywhere.

Beagle Who Spent Years In A Lab Cage Finally Gets A Family
  • 18.07.2022
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The Beagle Who Spent Years in a Lab Cage Finally Gets a Family The Beagle Who Spent Years in a Lab Cage Finally Gets A Family A Beagle named Samson spent eight years in a lab cage. He was bred to be shipped to labs for animal testing. He sired hundreds of puppies and spent eight years in a barren cage at Envigo, a huge distributor of dogs used in animal experiments. It is unclear what he was bred for, but he spent much of his life shunning human contact, likely because he thought he was about to be used in an experiment. After six years in a Chinese lab, Echo was left blind and in a lot of pain. Rescue workers from the Beagle Freedom Project rescued Echo, and the dog was adopted by a family. The foster mother helped the dog feel safe in her home and gave her love and affection. Echo had never seen the light of day, never walked on grass, and had never been touched by a human before. But despite her fear of humans, she has come to love her new family and is happy to see a new family. Echo was adopted by a family that suited her every whim. The adopters also adopted a snarky dog named Mia, a mushy dog named Mango, and a poodle called Crystal. Echo enjoyed playing with the other animals and dancing around the house. Echo began to follow her pack on the grass, go on her first hike, and even met a turkey!

Yorkie Protecting Her Daddy
  • 18.07.2022
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Is Your Yorkie Protecting Her Daddy? If your Yorkie is protecting her Daddy from the threats of an older man, you have to make her understand the importance of not snapping or growling. A dog that growsls, snaps or acts out is not a happy dog. Those who act out suffer from stress, tension and adrenaline spikes. You can make her happy by teaching her the rules of ignoring, sitting or not growling. Dogs have incredible instincts and will do whatever they can to protect their family. Despite their small size, Yorkies are highly territorial and will do anything to protect their humans. Lily Kwan was out walking with her Yorkie Macy when she came across a prowling coyote. Lily was shocked to see her little Yorkie react with the bravery of a dog ten times bigger. Besides protective instincts, yorkies are friendly and make great apartment dogs. However, if a new pet is brought into the house, they may become possessive of their owners. Since Yorkies are terriers, they may challenge the new pet and fight to the death. A yorkie's aggressive behavior can be a sign of something more serious. It is important to remember that your yorkie's temperament is crucial to her happiness. If your Yorkie is not able to handle the new pet, you may have to find a different dog to take care of the new pet. A Yorkshire Terrier can become very stressed and develop hypoglycemia, which is low blood sugar. The symptoms of this condition include confusion, wobbly gait, and seizure-like episodes. Another common problem can be a collapsed trachea. This condition can be medically or surgically treated. If the trachea collapses, your Yorkie will be coughing all the time.

Pittie Begs His Mom To Keep A Pittie Puppy Half His Size
  • 18.07.2022
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A Pittie Puppy Begs His Mom To Keep A Pittie Half His Size A beloved Pitbull-type dog is known for his fearlessness and fierce loyalty. While he does exhibit fear aggression towards other dogs, he is also an excellent socializer. This breed makes great sidekicks. Pittie is a typical example of an obedient pitbull-type dog. It is likely that you would love to have one as a pet.

Telling Our Family We’re Pregnant
  • 17.07.2022
  • 1820

How to Announce Your Pregnancy There are a lot of ways to announce your pregnancy. You can be spontaneous and go with the flow, or you can plan an elaborate ceremony. A riddle or gift can help. If you're planning a surprise announcement, consider a dramatic one - especially for first-time grandparents! But whatever you choose, make it memorable for everyone involved! Here are a few ideas: One of the most adorable ways to announce your pregnancy is to give your family and friends a heartbeat recorder. It's a wonderful way to share the exciting news with your family, and they'll love it! Another great idea is to use the first ultrasound as the audio recorder. Some people even use the sound of the heartbeat to play it back as a tee-shirt to reveal their new status. If you're planning to announce your pregnancy to multiple groups, try a guessing game! A dinner party with clues can be a fun way to tell your friends and family. Or, you can use a baby bump indicator to make the news official. Make sure you document the entire process so you can look back on it in years to come. As with any celebration, it's important to make sure you capture the moment for future viewing. If you're looking for a fun way to announce your pregnancy, consider using puns. Use "preggo," a slang term for pregnant women. Use it to your advantage: you can hold up a bag of ice and point to your belly to announce your pregnancy. You can also send out pictures with a Prego announcement or tape "I'm" above the Prego. You can even leave a few baby-themed books around the house, with an announcement attached. If you're planning a more traditional announcement, consider announcing it by putting a pregnancy themed book in each of the recipients' mail boxes.

Pittie Best Friends Had To Be Adopted Together
  • 17.07.2022
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Best Friends Had To Be Adopted Together A Richmond shelter posted a picture of these two soulmates on Facebook. The posting stressed that these two dogs had to be adopted together because they are such perfect companions. OJ is partially blind and Blue helps him guide him around the shelter. The two dogs also sleep together, and Christie Chipps Peters, the pet shelter's director, tells PEOPLE about the adorable pups. While OJ is a rescue and Blue is a shelter dog, the two dogs are best friends. This six-year-old pit bull found her BFF at Best Friends after she was rescued. The pit bull was looking for a new home, and she recognized a silver pickup truck parked outside of her new home. She spent a lot of time in the truck with Danny Bress, the volunteer who rescued her. "He was her biggest advocate. I thought we could do this together," she said. The shelter's staff teamed up with local police officers to help find the best possible match for these two senior dogs. The two dogs were surrendered together because their owners were unable to pay for their medical bills. They were reunited this week. Now, they will move into their new home in Florida. And, if they are lucky enough, they'll meet again one day! But until then, the shelter is hoping that they find forever homes for these best friends. These bonded pairs are harder to place than separate dogs. Taco and Merrill were surrendered together to Rocket Dog Rescue in 2014 and adopted together. Merrill was suffering from a life-threatening uterine infection and was no longer suitable for breeding. Because Merrill was unable to breed, her human companion, Taco, helped her recover. This pair's story is an incredible example of how pit bulls are best friends.

Faking My Death In Front Of My Dogs- Pug And Husky Reaction
  • 17.07.2022
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Faking My Death in Front of My Dogs - Pug and Husky Reaction How Can I Prepare For a Fake Death in Front of My Dogs? Here are some tips to prepare your beloved pets for the worst. First, ensure that your pet is comfortable and resting in a safe, warm place. Then, watch for any interactions with other dogs or children. Finally, offer your pet food and water. Make sure not to force your pet to eat or drink, as this could make him feel uncomfortable. There have been several instances where dogs mourn their owners after their owners' deaths. One dog, Hachiko, visited his owner's grave daily for nine years. Another dog, Spot, stayed at his owner's grave for months. Both dogs exhibited similar behaviors when they were left alone after their owners died. If you were to leave your dog unattended on a sidewalk, they'd likely run toward it, sniffing it.

Adorable Girl and Pugs Grow Up Together
  • 15.07.2022
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An Adorable Girl and Pugs Grow Up Together An Adorable Girl and Pugs Grow up Together! When a young girl is welcomed into a home by a pug, the whole family feels a bond. Pugs and their human owners are so happy together that they dress up for Halloween, play on the beach, and just generally enjoy hanging out. Pugs bring joy to human beings, even those who are sad. Pugs make people smile with their goofy face, bulging eyes, and adorable grumbles. They're so adorably cute that you can't help but smile every time you see one. The cuteness factor alone makes Pugs the perfect pet for a family with children. And if you're looking for the perfect puppy for your home, look no further than Instagram! Despite their sweet faces, Pugs are prone to a variety of health issues. The brachycephalic syndrome and genetic predispositions make them susceptible to a wide range of illnesses. No pet parent would ever want their puppy to suffer from a potentially serious health condition, so you'll want to make sure you know about these risks when buying a Pug. A pug's greatest asset is its ability to bond with humans. This intelligent, affectionate canine is eager to curl up next to you, no matter what the activity level. Pugs are not best for homes with children and other pets, but they are generally safe around children. They will not attack children but they can be trusted with other animals and will tolerate them without hesitation. If you have a child, you can introduce your Pug to her, too.

Couple Tries Not To Foster Fail Their Second Pit Bull
  • 14.07.2022
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Couple Tries Not To Foster Fail Their Second Pit Bull Terrier When a couple learned that one of their pit bulls was set to be euthanized, they decided to foster another one. They chose Simon, who fitted right in with the family and loved exploring nature. The mom, however, couldn't bring herself to fill out adoption papers, and the foster family couldn't bear to part with him. Despite the challenges of fostering pit bulls, the couple was able to save Simon. The two pit bulls were introduced to each other by a local shelter and fell in love. The couple was heartbroken to learn that their foster dog, Opal, was a pocket pittie, and the other pitbull, Duke, was a full-grown pitbull. Brianna was surprised at how quickly the two dogs became friends. But because Opal had already sustained injuries, she could not allow them to play. So she decided to let them stay together, but not play. Liz Ross has worked with animals for most of her life, including sixteen years as a groomer at a veterinary hospital. Liz has a particular affinity for the elderly and animals with medical needs. She and her husband, Tim, have four dogs of their own, including two Pitbulls, a Boston mix, and a chihuahua. Besides fostering dogs, Liz is also a humane investigator with the Illinois Department of Agriculture.

Dog BFFs Get Their Parents To Start Dating
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How Dog BFFs Get Their Parents to Start Dating Many parents wonder how to make their dogs 'BFFs' with their kids. The best way to do this is to let your dog be the one to initiate the first date, which you'll both be happy about! Baloo the pit bull and Louie the dalmatian met each other at the dog park, where they became best friends and eventually started dating. These two adorable pups are now married.

Pretending To Faint In Front Of My Dog. He Leaps Into Action!
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Pretending To Faint In Front Of My Dog. He Leaps Into Action This behavior seems to be common with dogs and cats, but there are times when humans fail to make a fool of themselves and the dogs simply go crazy! You have probably wondered what happens if you try to fool your dog and prey on his fear of humans. If you've ever tried to fool your dog by pretending to faint in front of him, you know the results! This experiment involves the owner pretended to faint in front of their dog. They release their leash, and the dog turns around, confused, and takes off running! But this trick doesn't seem to work. The dog actually tries to chase the owners while they fall, and they get too close to the dogs and don't even know how to act! Aside from the jokes, pretending to faint in front of your dog is actually a useful exercise to practice personal safety. Many dogs will try to wake you up, but others will just ignore you. The best way to ensure that your dog won't react negatively to your fake fainting is to film yourself and see how your dog reacts.

Living with 10 pugs in Our House.
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Living With 10 Pugs in Our House Living with 10 pugs in our house? That might be easier said than done. First of all, they take up little room and don't bark much. That said, they're not housebroken easily, so crate training is a must. But if you're unable to give up your couch, don't worry! Here are some tips to make the transition easier. While pugs are lovable, they are notorious for shedding. They can be difficult to groom due to their double coats and shedding habits. You might need to invest in a vacuum and lint rollers, but if you're careful, they'll find ways to exercise themselves and burn off excess energy. Fortunately, they don't need a lot of exercise. If you're a beginner dog owner, pugs aren't a huge challenge. One thing to keep in mind is the need to spend some time every day with your pugs. Pugs are known to be cuddly companion dogs, and they love to snuggle on your lap. However, pugs are notorious for snoring, so invest in ear plugs or other dog products to minimize the snoring. If you're a light sleeper, you may want to invest in ear plugs if you don't want to disturb your partner. If you're a sound sleeper, a pug will make sure you're not alone. Because pugs are toy breeds, they don't require a lot of indoor space. They can sleep up to fourteen hours a day and don't bark. But unlike other toy breeds, they don't enjoy active play. So be prepared to supervise any interactions between your dog and kids. However, you'll have to keep an eye on their social interactions with other pets.

Golden retriever kisses
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Golden Retriever Kisses Are you a fan of Golden Retriever kisses? If so, you're definitely not alone. Millions of people across the globe love the way golden retrievers kiss and give hugs. Here are some cute video clips that show how these canines bond with their humans. This adorable video shows a golden retriever puppy kissing a terrier named Red. Watch the video below to see how it looks and how it reacts to this sweet act of love. Licking is a universal social sign and an expression of love. Dogs lick to express their affection and deference to other dogs and pack members. Young puppies use this act to ask their mother for food. They may lick to beg for dinner or to be picked up by an adult. During the day, dogs also lick to communicate their needs to their owners. It's a sweet way to communicate with your loved one.