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On our blog you will find interesting information about dogs. Besides information about our intelligent dog tag, we also deal with topics such as nutrition, health etc. here. Everything about our beloved companions.
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Walking with your dog is part of your daily routine, so that your dog gets exercise. In many places there is a leash requirement, which requires that you have your dog on a leash. Today we will explain how to get your dog used to walking with a leash.
Many dog owners know the following situation: You spend a lot of time with your dog and have never left him alone. Nevertheless, sometimes you have to leave your dog alone at home. For this reason you should get your dog used to being able to spend a few hours without your presence as early as possible and make him understand that this is part of everyday life. To make this process easier for you, we have provided the basics in today's entry.
The summer holiday season has just begun! You would probably like to go on vacation immediately, to relax and recover from everyday life. But how can you travel with a dog by your side? Today we have gathered some tips in order to make travelling with your dog easier.
Dogs need a lot of exercise and exercise. Most dog owners are aware of this fact even before their favourite dog moves in. Your dog's movement often determines how satisfied and patient your dog is. But how much exercise your dog really needs, and how many walks a day are needed, is often unclear.
Once you've decided to get a faithful companion by your side, you need to think about how to give your dog maximum safety. A common safety precaution is to provide him with a dog tag that suits him. This ensures that you can be contacted quickly in an emergency. Of course you can also chase your dog, but in principle an additional protection is always the best measure. If you are interested in why it makes sense to have a dog tag despite the dog's chipping, then check here.