CBD is a buzzword that has created a lot of excitement within the healthcare and pet training industry in the recent years. CBD or Cannabidiol, one of the many active cannabinoids contained within the cannabis plant has proven to be quite beneficial for dogs as well. This revolutionary medicine which has helped humans to reap a number of therapeutic and healthcare benefits for long, is now helping the entire pet industry. Pet owners can now help their dogs with an all-natural product that can truly deliver the desired results.
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Share on facebook Share on google Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on pinterest Share on whatsapp An Ultimate Pet Owner Guide to CBD for Dogs CBD has significantly grown in popularity in the recent years and has become an all new rage in the healthcare sector. Veterinarians from all across the globe, who […]
Your dog’s tail is wagging. Does it really mean he’s happy?
Low tail means he’s scared? The dog’s tail does show most of the time the mood of the dog, but we should not forget we need to take everything in context. Meaning, the dog’s personality, breed etc.
Articles Jumping on people Shay Maimoni May 25, 2018 1:14 pm As a Canine consultant I receive a lot of calls from people who want to stop their dog from jumping on them, their kids and strangers. This is a very common behavioral issue. In my opinion, jumping is a learned behavior. One way for […]
People yawn for a few reasons. Yawning is mostly involuntary. We yawn when we are bored or tired. One theory is that our breathing slows down and we don’t get enough oxygen, therefore we yawn to get more oxygen into our lungs and move carbon dioxide out of our blood. This type of yawning called “spontaneous yawning”. Another type of yawning called “contagious yawning” meaning that about half of adults (human and chimpanzees ) will yawn after seeing, hearing or even thinking about yawning, which by previous studies was believed to be connected to empathy, however in a study (https://www.dukehealth.org/health_library/news/contagious-yawning-may-not-be-linked-to-empathy-still-largely-unexplained ) by Duke University it was concluded that age was the most important predictor of contagious yawning. Finally, contagious yawning remains an unexplained mystery to science.
What Your Dog’s Yawn Really Means? Secrets of dogs communication People yawn for a few reasons. Yawning is mostly involuntary. We yawn when we are bored or tired. One theory is that our breathing slows down and we don’t get enough oxygen, therefore we yawn to get more oxygen into our lungs and move carbon […]