Baby on the way? Or even potentially on the way? Get preparing and to start you off here is an excellent piece from Family Paws: Carry a doll? Should we practice?
Such a simple but great way of providing enrichment for cats, and I am certain that some dogs would enjoy this too, maybe with bigger and even stiffer bristles:
All dogs growl, it’s normal dog behaviour! Here are 5 steps to deal with dog growling
Dogs may growl in situations where they experience anxiety, distress or fright: Is your dog stressed? Watch for these signs.
Recent work suggests that dogs may be able to see a broader spectrum of light than previous thought: Can dogs see in UV?
Time for a treat? Biscotti for your puppy!
Playing with your dog is incredibly important in terms of developing and maintaining your relationship and there has been a little bit of work looking at dog-human play; here’s a covering of recent work in this area highlighting some of the best ways to play!
There are lots of challenges when it comes to training dogs, staying interesting to your dog goes a long way to helping.
Food puzzles are not just for dogs but some dogs will benefit from some of the ideas here too: Food Puzzles for Cats
BATDOG Vs SUPERDOG: