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Great Hobbies Ideas for Pet Owners

By UPZ Pets 10 days ago

Are you running out of ideas for things you can do with your pets? Yes, you probably tried out many things during this COVID-19 pandemic and but looking for a new hobby?

We have listed a few examples you may want to try and enjoy.

Can Dogs Feel When You Kiss Them?

By UPZ Pets 24 days ago

Kisses among humans have always been a greeting sign or a love gesture. For animal lovers, giving pets such as cats and dogs a kiss and cuddle is something that comes as second nature. Do dogs really understand when you kiss them? This is very interesting question to ask.

Signs of Dogs Feeling Kisses

Having Two Dogs Are Better Than One, Why?

By UPZ Pets 1 month ago

Dogs bring us so much love and joy into ordinary lives. They are lovely, loyal, hilarious and many dog parents truly seem them as family members. A lot of dog owners start to consider to adopt another puppy after they had first one. On the other hand, they have a lot of concern if two dogs will get depressed or jealous easily? Well, I recommend having two dogs actually are better than one, and I mean to not have two puppies at same time.

5 Basic Commands for Our Friends

By UPZ Pets 3 months ago

This February is known as dog Training Education Month. It is essential to help our little fluffy friend to receive some social skills, and school always a great choice to support them. However, in

Alaskan Malamute

By UPZ Pets 4 months ago

As you might think, this dog originates in Alaska, where it was bred to withstand icy temperatures and to hunt and pull sleds. Often misidentified as Siberian Huskies

Affenpinscher

By UPZ Pets 4 months ago

Known for its amusing personality and confidence, this German breed dates back to the seventeenth century. The Affenpinscher is sometimes affectionately called the “monkey dog,”

Akita

By UPZ Pets 4 months ago

Akitas were brought to the United States from Japan in the 1930s by Helen Keller. These beautiful, athletic dogs are intensely loyal and protective of their families.

Australian Terrier

By UPZ Pets 21 years ago

The Silky Terrier should be slightly longer than tall (about one fifth longer than the height at withers). This is a dog that was historically used for hunting and killing rodents and snakes, so its body should have enough substance to fit this role. The coat requires quite a lot of regular grooming and shampooing to retain its silkiness.