Take Care of Dogs Carefully
Have you ever wondered how you
treat the dog as your own child and take utmost care as a pet lover? Here are
few guidelines to keep your dog healthy.
Your dogs are not just doing the
watchman’s work. However, it needs your love. Have a heart! Get your dogs examined by specialist every
As carnivorous animal, dog prefers
to eat delicious meat. Tasty and clean food helps dogs to grow healthily.
Grooming dogs is important. Hair should
be brushed every day without fail.
Brushing removes the dead hair and dirt from the coat, help to prevent
Why don’t you explore new ways of
exercise? Too much food and too little
exercise can lead to dire consequences.
Consult your medical practitioner to get your dog vaccinated. Diseases
like Distemper, Infections canine hepatitis (Jaundice) and other
diseases.. Dogs should be protected from
dangerous viral infections.
excellent contacts with medical practitioners and I can arrange for an
It's important to occasionally let
the dog do what he wants to do, even when this runs counter to what you want
him to do. This is crucial for building a good relationship, and sometimes you
discover the dog has a better understanding of what is taking place than you
In the end, you want to take off
the leash completely, and let the dog act from its own sense of right and
I love my dogs to death, and most everyone reading
this probably does too, but I am drawn, as a writer, to the question of whether
we can lose perspective, love our animals so conditionally that we literally
forget that they are animals. Some radio host told me on the book tour that she
lost her cat, and, she said, "it was just like losing a child." This
comment brought me up short, as I have a daughter, and I would be horrified if
she ever thought that I loved her in the same way or less than I love my border
collies and Labs. Managing dog love is a challenge sometimes. Can you love a
dog too much? I think it's possible
I think you can love your dog(s) too much. They can
become too much of the way you schedule your day and/or whether or not you can
go somewhere without them (or stay home). Loving your dog(s) too much can also
impact other important people in your life, who DO NOT love your dog(s), and
shouldn't have to love your dog to love you. I excuse this absence of affection
for my dogs by saying that there must be something missing in the heart of
someone who doesn't love animals (in particular, my dogs), but I don't really
believe that. Or do I? The line between humans and their canines is very fuzzy
and even faint.
Managing dog love is a challenge
sometimes. Can you love a dog too much? I think it's possible. >>
I'm not sure I would call animal obsession 'love'. I've known people who have
given over the owner role to their animals. It can be a difficult way to live.
While I want to provide my dogs with happy and fulfilled lives, I hope I am
able to maintain perspective regarding their 'non humanness', if you will. I
don't think a dog wants to be pack leader in a human family, but, if a human
doesn't fulfill that role, there are dogs who WILL step up to the plate.
Asking whether you can
love your dog too much is like asking whether you can love your child too much.
Too much in the sense of being blind to their faults and excusing bad behavior
-- well then yes that is "too much love".
The capacity for love -- genuine love and not mere mental obsession -- is
limitless, not something that you can serve out with measuring cups as if it
were cups of flour for a recipe. In this way, no, you cannot love your dog too