Saturday, July 29, 2017

Most Famous Myths About Dogs

1.Dogs can see only black and white?.- recent studies suggest that Dogs actually do have some color vision but it's not as bright as a human's. Dogs can distinguish blue, yellow and gray colors. They can’t discern red and green, but they can distinguish shades of gray, what allows them to see in the dark and dusk.

2.Dogs eat grass only if they’re sick?.-
 Dogs will sometimes eat grass if they aren’t feeling well to induce vomiting. However, more often than not, dogs just like to eat grass. Dog ancestors used to feed on grass which is likely where their taste for greens came from.





3.Dogs Age Seven Years for Every Human Year?.- 
Saying that a 1 year old dog is 7 in dog years doesn't make sense when you consider that dogs can reproduce well before one year of age.


4.Dog mouths are cleaner than human mouths?.-  according to scientists, dogs have just as much bacteria in their mouths as a humans, but of different varieties.

5.Wagging tail is a sign of a happy dog?.- This is not always true, tail wagging can also be a sign of fear, anxiety or impending aggression.

6.Dogs should eat bones?.- It’s believed that eating bones dogs will get a lot of vitamin D and calcium, but in fact bones can injure intestines and cause bleeding, inflammation and severe constipation.

7.Dogs hate cats?.-  this myth is false and easy to disprove. Cats have a tendency to run, dogs have a prey drive and they chase smaller things that run.

8.A little chocolate won’t hurt my dog?.- Chocolate can be toxic and life-threatening to dogs. As little as 1 ounce of dark chocolate may be enough to kill a small dog.



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Sunday, July 2, 2017

Rottweiler's Health

Rottweilers dogs are relatively healthy, and relatively disease-free dogs. As in most of large dog breeds, hip dysplasia can be a big problem.Various Rottweiler breed clubs have had x-ray testing regimes in place for many years.












Osteochondritis Dissecans, is a condition that affects the shoulder joints, it can be a problem due to the breed's rapid growth rate. 

A reputable breeder will have the hips and elbows of all breeding stock x-rayed and read by a recognised specialist, and will have paperwork to prove it.


They should also have certificates that their breeding animals do not have entropion or ectropion and that they have complete dentition with a scissor bite.

Another possible problem might be obesity, t
he best way to prevent obesity in dogs is keeping them active with excercises and to keep a good feeding schedule, do not ever over-feed your dog.




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Saturday, July 1, 2017

Heartbreaking Crying Rottweiler Grieves For Dead Brother


Brutus the Rottweiler grieves over the lifeless body of his dead brother Hank 
A heartbreaking video has emerged of a Rottweiler appearing to grieve over the body of his dead brother.
Brett Bennett from Washington State said his dog Brutus started 'crying' after learning that his sibling Hank had passed away during the night.




Indeed, video footage shows the pooch sad with watery eyes as he lies on top of his brother's lifeless torso. Bennett attempts to comfort Brutus with some loving strokes. The latest photograph uploaded online shows Hank lying on a beach in happier times.
Bennett said that the deceased pet was 'larger than life' and 'extraordinary'.He added: '[Hank] was a protector of my family and a great brother to Brutus. Hank will be missed and never forgotten.Hank passed away on January 20 in his sleep. After being examined by vets he was determined to be approximately ten years old.

                                      
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Wednesday, June 28, 2017

How To Keep Your Rottweiler Cool And Safe In Hot Weather


How To Keep Your Rottweiler Cool And Safe In Hot Weather
It’s summertime and the weather is very hot,sometimes too hot and dangerous for our dogs.When the temperature rises, we need to take extra caution to make sure our dogs are okey. To prevent your dog from overheating, you should follow these tips:
1. Only walk your dog early in the morning or late at night.



2.Use the hosepipe. It’s fun for your dog and, more importantly, keeps them cool.
3.Offer an ice pack or wet towel to lay on.

4.Find some shade.




5.Don't leave your dog alone in the car on a warm day.

6.Make sure that whenever you leave home, you always carry water for your dog.

7.Use dog boots

8.Take them somewhere they can swim.

9.Give your dog frozen treats!
10.Check on your dog often.



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Friday, June 9, 2017

Scared Stray Rottweiler Rescued From The Streets

It’s a sad fact that we have hundred of millions of homeless dogs around the world. Some of them end up in shelters, but most do not. In fact, homeless dogs are often the target of abuse. Thankfully there are some people that try to make a small difference when they can.

This story is especially incredible due to the two months of dedication of this man for a stray Rottweiler in the streets, all so he could help get him to a vet and heal him. This story should be used to raise awareness for the blight of stray animals. Please share this video and dog's story on facebook and other social medias.
Hand feeding scared stray rottweiler dog that needs medical attention. (VIDEO)
 






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Wednesday, June 7, 2017

6 Things To Do When Your Dog Is Stressed

6  Things To Do When Your Dog Is Stressed
If you know the signs that your dog is stressed, anxious or fearful of something, you need to do something about it. Knowing how to react in these situations is key to helping your dog overcome his anxiety or fear. Here are a few things you can try to help calm your dog.



1.Recognize the body language of an anxious dog.
Dogs body language is can often be misread. Some common signs of stressed dog are: Hunched body posture, ears held down or slightly backwards. furrowed brow, whining, shaking/shivering, sweaty paws etc.

2.Identify what your dog wants.- that’s the reward. Depending on the situation, the dog may want to go out, 
food, your attention, playtime with another dog or a toy.

3.Train Him.- The only way to help your dog is to use training to overcome his fears. There are many ways of doing this and what technique you use will depend on the trigger, your dog and you, choose the method that works best for the situation.

4.Distract your dog.-
 You should give your dog something else to focus on, something positive and productive.

5.Use medication where needed.- If your dog is seriously affected, your vet will be able to prescribe medication that may help.

6.Organize play sessions with other dogs. One of the best ways to drain energy from a stressed dog, is to organize play sessions with other dogs.




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Tuesday, June 6, 2017

How To Teach Your Dog To Come When Called

Teaching your dog to come to you when you call him is one of the most important lesson you can teach him, also can be a difficult challenge that many dog owners accidentally mess up. Often called a "recall," coming when called is one of the most important basic dog commands you can teach your dog. Training your dog the recall comand can help you to keep your dog under control while allowing him some off-leash freedom. If your dog doesn’t respond to your comand, try these tricks to get him to come when called.

1.Hold up a treat, then say his name followed by “come” in a clear, excited tone.


2.Never use the recall command with an angry or frustrated tone in your voice.


3.As soon as your dog comes to you, give him the reward, then praise him.

4.Disappear.- If your dog didn’t respond to that Come comand, find a place to hide. A  tree, inside the house or anywhere your dog can’t see you will work.

5.Avoid calling your dog to you when you know he’s unlikely to comply.
If he’s playing with another dog, running to greet a friend he’s not going to come running when called.


6.Don’t Call Your Dog For Something He Hates.- if you call your dog to you every time you need to do something he hates such as a bath, nail trim, etc., he will associate coming when called with negative things and not want to come to you
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