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What a strange time this is for the world. Most of us are adjusting to working from home while juggling the work at home. Some of us have kids too – be it a human, a dog or both! No longer being able to enjoy their routine walks outdoors and having to deal with noisy humans in the house all the time, dogs have been having a rough time too.
We caught up with canine behaviour expert Sindhoor Pangal, Principal and Director of BHARCS, to understand how these new changes in the social dynamics of the world are affecting our pets, and what to do to help dogs lead better lives during quarantine and isolation.
Winter is here and so is the time to take some extra care of your canine friend. Well, keeping the unpredictable weather changes in mind, you have to take a few preventive measures to ensure your pet feels warm outside and stays in good health throughout the winter.
In fact, depending on the breed, age and health condition, your dog may require some special attention on its skin coat, diet, physical, and mental stimulations during winter. In this blog, we cover tips and best practices dog parents can follow to provide the best care for their fur buddies as the temperatures begin to drop throughout the country.
Winters can be lazy for you, as well as for your fur buddy. As the mercury drops, you may often see your dog cuddled up on the couch. We know it's a common sight for every pet parent during winters.
Yes, house animals, including dogs, tend to skip all their jumps and thrills in winter and doze off silently. But have you ever wondered why dogs sleep more in winter? Well, there are some surefire answers to this!
Check out this article to know why your dog feels more sleepy in winter. Also, get the top 5 tricks to keep your dog warm and active as the season of cold approaches.
Did you know a dog’s hearing ability is almost seven times that of a human? That would be like your younger brother shouting into your ear with a microphone outside the engine of an aircraft. Now imagine your dog’s plight during Diwali when loud firecrackers would go off constantly and without warning. Not surprisingly, this is the time when most pets (dogs and cats, in this case) go missing trying to seek a hideout to get away from the loud sounds and people.
This sparkling festival of lights and happiness can easily turn into a time of tremendous stress and horror for our four-legged children. Alleviating their suffering at this time of the year should be one of your key priorities as a pet parent. Here are some tips to help you to be more mindful and careful about your pet’s needs during this difficult period for them.
Friends of Lana is a blog by the online pet lifestyle brand, Lana Paws. We produce original content about pet parenting tips, tricks and lifestyle issues as well as canine expert interviews to help pet parents raise happy and healthy dogs.READ MORE
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