Author Archives: Mark Mansfield
Author Archives: Mark Mansfield
1. Labrador retrieve 2. German shepherd 3. Golden retriever 4. French Bulldog 5. Bulldog 6. Beagle 7. Poodle 8. Rottweiler 9. Yorkshire Terrier 10. German Short-hair Pointer 11. Boxer 12. Siberian Husky 13. Dachshund 14. Great Dane 15. Pembroke Welsh Corgi 16. Doberman Pinscher 17. Australian Shepherd 18. Miniature Schnauzer 19. Cavalier King Charles SpanielContinue reading
This question pops up all the time and there are several different things that will determine the correct answer for your dog. Let’s talk about those things so that you can determine what is best for your pet.
One of the first things to consider is or we dealing with a puppy or an adult dog? An eight-week-old puppy should probably be eating three times per day. When that puppy gets to 4 to 6 months of age then twice a day is usually adequate.
German Shepherds are great dogs not only for law enforcement work, personal protection and of course as that ever faithful family dog. However they can be very prone to several health issues. We will discuss those issues here so hopefully the dog you purchase will be healthy and live a long happy life.
Probably one of the most common and debilitating health issue that can be found in the German Shepherd is hip dysplasia. Hip dysplasia is actually an abnormal joint structure in the hip.Continue reading
Many people out there are interested in owning beagles, yet some of them are quite clueless when it comes to caring for them. Every dog breed is not the same and there are certain nuances involved in taking care of a beagle. If you are interested in educated yourself, it would be a good idea to continue reading.Continue reading
The 19 most popular dog breeds of 2017/2018
1. Labrador Retrievers
2. German Shepherd-Short/Long Haired
3. Golden Retrievers
4. French bulldog
7. Standard Poodle
9. Yorkshire Terrier
10. German Short-haired Pointer
12. Siberian husky
13. Long Haired Dachshund
14. Great Dane
15. Pembroke Welsh Corgi
16. Doberman Pinscher
17. Australian shepherd
18. Miniature schnauzer
19. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
If you’re not very well prepared or organized traveling with your dog can be stressful or even dangerous.
Here are 10 tips for traveling with your dog. If you take the time to consider each of these ahead of the trip, you’ll find you will enjoy a much smoother, stress-free journey.
Here are 10 tips for traveling with your dog. If you take the time to consider each of these ahead of the trip, you’ll find you will enjoy a much smoother, stress-free journey.Continue reading
A few generations ago it wasn’t uncommon for a disease such as distemper to sweep through an area and decimate the local dog population. It wasn’t until the 1950s that a vaccine was developed for canine distemper. Likewise, parvovirus appeared in the 1970s and killed vast numbers of dogs before a vaccine was developed. Today we often take for granted that we can protect our dogs against these common killers but it wasn’t always so. Some people question whether or not dogs are being over-vaccinated today. It’s not an easy question.Continue reading
You may have wondered if your dog feels temperatures the same way that you do. Do they feel cold or hot weather the same way that people do? Sure they do! After all, your dog is a mammal, just like humans are. That means that your dog is able to regulate his body temperature, up to a point. But, after that point is reached, your dog is subject to feeling heat and cold like any other mammal.
The dog’s normal body temperature is 100.5-102.5degrees Fahrenheit or 39-39.5C, just a little higher than the human’s 98.6F or 36 degrees Celsius.Continue reading
There is always a possibility that your dog could be poisoned and you should be prepared by knowing the correct things to do to help. Dogs can be poisoned in several different ways including ingesting a poison or even eating a creature that has been poisoned. They can also be poisoned externally.Continue reading