Tips to make your dog happy

Dogs are interesting in that they are not like people, they are often happy just being So firstly try to think like a dog, which is hard as they don’t really think much at all. That said dogs have different personalities and needs. So you have to consider yourself and what you find enjoyable and compatible with your dogs temperament.


Play games, such as fetch, catch, monkey in the middle and tug-of-war. High-energy games, such as the ones mentioned, rile up your pup and keep boredom at bay.


Go outside, a dog park, garden, beach etc, and let him run around while you ponder deep thoughts and try to not think at the same time. He runs and runs burning valuable energy, sniffs other dogs bums, and scares ducks. He is happy anywhere, that’s where he can be a real dog in nature.


Play with other dogs. When playing with each other, they enjoy wrestling together and chasing each other.


Fill a bone or rubber toy designed to hold yummy fillings and treats. Aim for hardy bones, such as femur bones, that can last even a big pup nearly his entire life, so your dog isn’t at risk of swallowing tiny pieces and splinters. Add a bit of yogurt and a few pieces of cheese inside and stick the toy or bone in the freezer for a bit. Once it’s frozen, toss it to your bored pup and he’ll probably work at it for quite a while. You don’t have to freeze the toys or bones, but doing so makes the filling and treats last longer.


Make puzzles for your pup to figure out. Puzzles serve as one of the best ways to stimulate your dog’s mind. Stuffer toys are puzzles in themselves, but try for something else, like hiding your pup’s ball under his bed, or creating a cardboard maze for your pup to try and find his way out of. Make him use his mind to find a solution to the problem you created.


How to keep your dog safe at the beach

It is the time of the year to the beach, we should be moving towards the sea, embrace the sun, hug the dog and the person we love! Here are ten things you need to know to keep your dog safe at the beach.

  1. Not all dogs can swim.That’s right, the doggie paddle does not come naturally to every dog … like Ty for example. In fact, certain breeds like Corgis and Pugs don’t swim at all. Find some quiet water and give your dog a chance to show you if he can swim or not by encouraging him to follow you. Never throw your dog in the water and expect him to swim.
  2. Drinking salt water is a bad idea.This is logical, and yet getting Buster continues to try to lap up the ocean. The more I want him to stop – the more he wants to drink. In the event you have more luck with your dog, pack plenty of water to keep you both hydrated.
  3. Invest in a life vest.Waves, current, and rip tides can quickly exhaust your dog, and that can be deadly. Life vests made specially for dogs come in all sizes. When you’re making your selection, look for one that fastens at three points and has a handle on the back, making it easy for you to lift your dog out of the water.
  4. Use sun screen.You’re not the only one that needs to be concerned with sun burn. Get a sun screen specially formulated for dogs and apply it to your dog’s nose and ears 30 minutes before hitting the beach.
  5. Beware of submerged dangers.Sharp rocks, shells, coral, and jellyfish can injure your dog. And, because dogs often don’t indicate when they’re in pain, you’ll need to watch his body language and carefully check him for cuts and scrapes.
  6. Calm water is best.Surf boards, jet skis, and big waves can frighten your dog. Find a quiet place to play with your pup, or locate a local dog beach were surfing and boating are not allowed.
  7. Head for cover.The sun and the sand are fun, but it’s nice to have a place to take a break in the shade and out of the wind. Consider  bringing an inexpensive tent to give you and your dog a comfortable place to relax.
  8. Don’t overdo it.Running on sand is strenuous, so don’t expect your dog to be able to fetch as long as he might at the dog park. And, start slow, giving him time to warm up to avoid a muscle pull.
  9. Cold water can hurt.Remember, if your dog has arthritis or other joint issues, swimming in cold water can irritate the condition. Stick to shallow water and bays where the water is warmer.
  10. Rinse thoroughly.When you’re done playing, take time to rinse salt, sand, and microscopic organisms from your dog’s coat. Also, be sure to dry your dog’s ears as moisture in the ear canal can cause ear infections.

Do you have any additional tips for dogs going to the beach?

It’s time to hit the beach

The weather is becoming warmer and warmer. Are you sad when you find that your dog is uncomfortable because of the hot weather? How about taking it to hit the beach? To feel the vast sea and the comfortable sea breeze, you can also relax the mood, refresh your body and mind, it’s pretty good to fully enjoy the beach sunbathe .
  1. keep your dog cool in hot weather

2.there is a disinfectant effect in the sea water, it is good for dog’s skin

  1. The beach for the dog is a paradise r, see it enjoy happiness at the seaside, your mood will be very good.
  2. For the owners like displayingthemselves, take the dog to the beach is a very smart thing!

While after leaving the beach how to avoid the wetness and fur remain  in your car?

Dogs may be man’s best friend, but they’re also the worst enemies of your car’s upholstery. Every time your dog takes a ride in the car, he’s likely to leave behind a nest of hair that can become trapped in your seats and carpets. Fortunately, there are some cheap, simple tips you can use to keep your car’s upholstery clean and free from dog hair.

  • Cover your seats with a blanket, sheet or towel. Cloth seats tend to attract and trap dog hair, so keeping them covered is necessary. Covering leather and vinyl seats is also a smart idea because it prevents your dog from puncturing your seats with his claws.
  • Remove pet hair after each trip. The best way to prevent dog hair in your car is to keep it from accumulating. Once dog hair has had a chance to become matted into your carpet or seats, it becomes much tougher to remove. Give your car a thorough vacuuming after each ride with your pet, and consider using specialized hair-removal products, such as rubber brushes and lint rollers.