All dogs barks - it is a natural response and an important part of how they express themselves and communicate with us humans. No dog owner should expect a completely silent dog, indeed barking can be very useful - alerting us to intruders for example.Some dogs bark excessively however, which can be frustrating for you as the owner, and can also be a sign of underlying behavioural concerns.
Dogs have been at our side throughout history, and over time have been given more and more roles in our society. Our pet dogs provide us with companionship and love on a daily basis, but there are also innumerate dogs around the world who work with us on a daily basis. Last week we looked at rescue, assistance and sniffer dogs - today we will look at what other areas working dogs play in our lives past and present.
Our pet dogs provide us with companionship and love on a daily basis, but there are also innumerate dogs around the world who work with us to save people’s lives, fight crime, or simply make our lives easier. Here is a short profile on key roles working dogs play in our society.
The Green Interactive Feeder was recently awarded with two prizes at the Global Pet Expo, America’s biggest annual pet trade show. The feeder came first in the dog category of the New Products Showcase, and it was also named as one of the Expo’s top ten pet products of 2013.