TheDogMag examines the personality differences across dog breeds and how to best prepare for your potential pet's adoption. How do you pick it, or does it pick you? What is the most effective way for it to understand about you? What tools will you need when it arrives at its new home?
Everything you need to know about training in TheDogMag
TheDogMag discusses why you should pay attention to your dog's training. Which type of training is best for which breed? How do you affect your dog's behavior in a fun and beneficial way? What are the essential tips for rearing pups and adult dogs? What is the best method to deal with aggressive behavior, and what can you do to stop it?
Your pet's health and well-being
You may also discover everything you need to know about your dog's health and care in TheDogMag. We'll go over diseases, their early warning signals, and typical symptoms. What you can do to prevent your dog from parasites and what immunizations he or she requires. In addition, there is information regarding breeding in TheDogMag.
Nutritional advice can be found in TheDogMag
Important nutrition guidelines, as well as information regarding ordinary dog food and specific diets in cases of obesity, intolerances, allergies, or diseases, are included in dog guidance.
Taking a dog on a travel
However, often, no mention is made of travel and transportation. How far ahead of time do you need to arrange a vacation in terms of the various modes of transportation: automobile, rail, train, bus, plane? What is the maximum size and weight for your dog to travel in the airline cabin with you? Should you take into account a country's climate and local norms when traveling with your dog?
But, of course, TheDogMag also addresses vital everyday issues such as play and sports. What kind of exercise does your four-legged pal require? What activities do different breeds enjoy, and what are the most recent dog-playing concepts and products? Which leashes should you use when jogging with your dog? Why isn't your dog interested in playing with other dogs? What should you do if your dog is terrified of other dogs?