Small Dog

From nutrition and grooming to training and health tips, we've got you covered. Your small dog may be little in size, but they hold a big place in your heart, and we're dedicated to helping you provide them with the best care and love possible. Whether you have a pint-sized Pomeranian, a charming Chihuahua, an energetic Shih Tzu, a delightful Dachshund, or any other small breed, we're here to celebrate and support your journey as pet parents

Feeding

7 Essential Dog Food Ingredients

Want to provide your dog with a quality life? Pay extra attention to its diet. Dog’s need nearly 37 essential nutrients to…

Kibble size: why it matters for small breed dogs

Dry kibble is a popular meal option for many pet parents, owing to the ease and convenience associated with it. Unlike…

5 Ways wet dog food can benefit your pooch

  1. Complete and nutritionally-balancedWet food is protein-packed and makes for a complete and nutritionally…

How is packed dog food better than homemade dog food?

Home cooked meals, unless prepared by veterinary nutritionists, can be deficient or unbalanced in terms of required…

Caring

Why Do Dogs Have Their Tongues Out

Dogs are masters of nonverbal communication. From tail wags to excited barks, their body language tells us a lot about how…

Fading Puppy Syndrome Guide: Prevention, Recognition & Treatment

Welcoming a puppy into this world is an exciting and heartwarming experience. Yet, the fragility of newborn pups means that…

5 Types of Pomeranian Dog Breed

With their fluffy coats, foxy faces, and larger-than-life personalities, Pomeranians have captured the hearts of dog lovers…

Hip Dysplasia in Dogs Causes & Treatment

Hip dysplasia is one of those terms that might sound intimidating, but it's essential for every dog parent to understand,…

Training

Create A Puppy Schedule & Daily Routine For Puppies

Welcoming a puppy into your home is like embracing a bundle of joy that brings along a burst of energy. But navigating this…

7 Ways On How To Stop A Puppy From Biting

When addressing the issue of how to stop a puppy from biting, it is essential to understand the underlying causes of this…

10 Best Games to Play With Your Dog

We all love playing with our dogs, don’t we? Along with being a joyful experience, it is also a fun way of enriching the dog…

Separation Anxiety in Dogs Signs, Symptoms, Treatment

Separation anxiety is one of the most common issues pet parents experience with their dogs. It generally happens if your…

FAQs

Always keep an eye on your dog’s behaviour and daily habits. If you suddenly notice a drop in their activity level or if you notice a sudden loss in their weight, one of the reasons for those changes might be improper or insufficient feeding. A toy breed dog weighing six pounds or less should consume one-third to about one-half cup of dog food per day. Dogs measuring thirty to fifty pounds, such as Australian shepherds and collies, require one-and-three-quarters cup to two-and-two-thirds cup of dog food each day.

Always keep an eye on your dog’s behaviour and daily habits. If you suddenly notice a drop in their activity level or if you notice a sudden loss in their weight, one of the reasons for those changes might be improper or insufficient feeding. A toy breed dog weighing six pounds or less should consume one-third to about one-half cup of dog food per day. Dogs measuring thirty to fifty pounds, such as Australian shepherds and collies, require one-and-three-quarters cup to two-and-two-thirds cup of dog food each day.

Always keep an eye on your dog’s behaviour and daily habits. If you suddenly notice a drop in their activity level or if you notice a sudden loss in their weight, one of the reasons for those changes might be improper or insufficient feeding. A toy breed dog weighing six pounds or less should consume one-third to about one-half cup of dog food per day. Dogs measuring thirty to fifty pounds, such as Australian shepherds and collies, require one-and-three-quarters cup to two-and-two-thirds cup of dog food each day.

Always keep an eye on your dog’s behaviour and daily habits. If you suddenly notice a drop in their activity level or if you notice a sudden loss in their weight, one of the reasons for those changes might be improper or insufficient feeding. A toy breed dog weighing six pounds or less should consume one-third to about one-half cup of dog food per day. Dogs measuring thirty to fifty pounds, such as Australian shepherds and collies, require one-and-three-quarters cup to two-and-two-thirds cup of dog food each day.

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