Your first day home with your puppy is a special day for you and your family. Everyone will be trying to find their new position in the household. There are new responsibilities, new adventures, and new toys everywhere!
In a way the Vizsla has more in common with cats than other dogs. No, it doesn’t purr and meow, but it’s a self cleaning dog and has very little of the odour most other dogs possess. So the Vizsla is an ideal match for those with a sensitive nose and no desire to bath their dog every week.
Having seen the overwhelmingly positive response after we lanched our first app last year, we couldn't hold back... While our first app focuses on helping you to find your dream puppy, this time we put fun in the centre of attention.
Many dog owners experience their dog having some sort of a seizure at some point of their lifetime. Being aware of the possible causes might make all the difference. This guest post from our friends at seizuresindogs.net will help you identify dangerous situations.
The last thing we expected was to bump into Matt Meeker, one of the brilliant minds behind BarkBox, here in Budapest. Yet, that’s exactly what happened just last Friday. Matt, also cofounder of meetup.com, came to Budapest to share his experiences as a serial entrepreneur with his European fellows.
There are plenty of good reasons to own a dog. They make you happier, help you lose weight, entertain and give you company, help your children learn responsibility, but above all they give you unconditional love that is so hard to get from humans, except your mother perhaps.
If all those reasons are not enough for you to get a dog, it is now scientifically proven that owning a dog makes you more attractive to the opposite sex.
Taking out pet insurance for your dog is becoming an essential part of being a responsible dog owner, at least according to the RSPCA and similar organizations. People somehow seem to think differently, at least that's the impression you get if you look at the number of dogs insured. Apparently only 3% of dogs are insured in the US, while the UK is doing much better with 20% of all dogs being insured. If you take into account that nearly 50% of all dogs need veterinary treatment for sickness or accident every year, the proportion of insured dogs seems much smaller.