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The Afghan hound is one of the most elegant and ancient breeds. It was once so prized that the exportation of the breed was restricted to certain countries. Drawings of the breed have been discovered in Northern Afghanistan caves, dating back several thousand of years.
The Afghan is a sight hound, meaning they use only their sight to hunt. Originally used as the hunting dog of the royal family, they would hunt deer, wild goats, hare and even snow leopards. In addition to hunting they would be used for herding and as watchdogs. Due to their natural Read More
Barking for attention is common among puppies and small dogs. It’s considered to be a negative and unwanted behavior, however, many owners unknowing encourage it.
As a puppy, many dogs will bark and jump to get their owner’s attention. Upon hearing the barking, owners cannot resist the urge to pick them up and pet them. They think that by doing this they are reassuring their dog that everything is okay. In reality they are actually rewarding the dog for their bad behavior.
If not corrected early, the dog will soon Read More
Just like humans, dogs enter different stages of their lives. During these life stages their bodies require different foods to provide the proper nutrients and vitamins needed to live a healthy life.
Although both puppy and adult dog food provide similar nutrients, they are designed with different benefits in mind. Puppy food is enriched with a much higher fat and protein percentage than adult dog food. This allows new pups to receive the nutrients they need for their growing bones, muscles, organs, and neurological system. These nutrients help in development during the early stages of life.Read More