Busy Momma Resting With Her Sweet Pups A busy momma needs a break and this is what a dad can do to help. A dad can rest, too, giving the mom some time to herself. In a video published by the Associated Press, a mom named Busy Momma Resting with her sweet pups can be seen at the rookery in Australia. A typical harbor seal rookery is home to 100 pups, so it's crucial to keep noise down when visiting the pups. Poppy was a pregnant dog when she arrived at her foster home, but she was doing great and decided to give birth right outside! Foster mom Cifelli was shocked! Poppy and her pups were born without incident. The new family is now reunited and Poppy is adjusting to life as a foster mom. The adorable puppies are just one of the many reasons why Poppy is such a popular foster mom.
Cats Are Puzzled When They See a Tiny Puppy If you have a cat, it's no doubt you've seen the video above. A cat stares at a tiny puppy, but is confused by it. Watching the video will help you understand why cats are so confused. This is the first time a cat has seen a tiny puppy. It can be upsetting for them. So, to prevent this situation from occurring, make sure you're careful when handling your new pet.
Sick Chihuahua Dog Porter Is On The Mend Hopefully, you've gotten all your questions about sick Chihuahuas answered, and now your pet Porter is on the mend! Read on for some tips that can help you recognize the symptoms of a sick Chihuahua, and help your little guy get on the road to recovery! Porter is on the mend, thanks to a bit of love and care. A trachea collapse is a condition that occurs when the ring surrounding the trachea becomes weak and flat. This makes it difficult for the dog to breathe, and it's often hereditary. A dog with a collapsed trachea has abnormal chemical makeup of its tracheal rings, causing them to lose their circular shape and stiffness. Fortunately, there are some preventative measures you can take to keep your pup as healthy as possible, including a tracheal shunt. Grass is an excellent source of fiber and key nutrients for Chihuahuas. It is high in vitamin A and C, vitamin E, zinc, iron, thiamine, riboflavin, and niacin. Grass also contains selenium and other important vitamins and minerals. If you notice your Chihuahua vomiting, check your dog's feces. If it's vomiting, it may be a sign that it's suffering from intestinal parasites. Despite being the world's smallest dog, Chihuahuas have big personalities! Their ears make up 20% of their bodies. They are playful, loving, and can develop an extremely close bond with just one person. Because of their size, they can be demanding if they are overindulged, but are resilient and will survive illness. If you have questions about the symptoms of sick Chihuahuas, read on to learn more about this wonderful breed.
My Tiny Angry Chihuahua Attacking Bigger Dogs in Jealousy Is my Tiny Angry Chihuahao attacking big dogs? If so, read on for a solution. Firstly, a Chihuahua does not follow a leader. It also sees other dogs as prey, and it picks out those that have less energy. It also does not kill the fittest animals. First, do not make the problem worse by trying to punish the dog. While this is an entirely understandable reaction, a Chihuahua is not a person to be smothered constantly. If you try to ignore the behavior, you may end up making the situation worse for your little friend. However, it is crucial to remember that your Chihuahua has not received proper training or attention for its bad behavior. The best way to deal with this issue is to take the time to socialize your two dogs. Start by arranging play dates, and then move to a home environment. If your Chihuahua doesn't like the other dog, don't assume it will act aggressively. Bring your current dog and introduce the new one. Besides being a threat to the smaller dog, your Tiny Angry Chihuahaua is likely suffering from stress. In addition to high levels of stress, the cold weather can also push your dog over the bite threshold. During winters, this can lead to increased aggression between dogs. So, while you should keep your dog away from cold weather.