None of us wants to think about ever having to perform doggy CPR, but preparedness is the best prevention. Here’s an incredible infographic on how to perform CPR on your dog - you might want to print this out and tape it to...every room in your house. Consult your vet and remember – practice (on a soft toy) will get you ready for real life situations.
Nipping, biting and chewing are normal behaviours for puppies of any breed of dog. Yet while it is pretty harmless in a young dog, it could be outright dangerous if it does not learn not to bite before it reaches adulthood.