Travel with Pet: Everything You Need to Know

Posted by Dog citizen in 06/Feb/2016-

By Malu Araújo, behavioral consultant and team Dressage Rider Dog citizen.

Will travel for the holidays and your pet will follow? Prepare before and have a quiet walk. Just as it is necessary to do a review on the car, make an appointment with the vet: check the condition of your pet’s health and play a clean bill of health. This document is valid for a period of three days, and the anti-rabic vaccine must be applied with at least 30 days in advance of date of trip. Continue reading Travel with Pet: Everything You Need to Know

Leaving the Dog Alone at Home

Posted by Dog citizen in 09/Feb/2016-

By Malu Aguilar, student and behavioral consultant of Citizen Dog.

With a busy life full of appointments, the owners get a bad conscience to leave the dog alone at home.

But it’s not because the dog be alone, that the situation needs to be boring. To entertain you, use and abuse of environmental enrichment. Let the environment more interesting for the pet and activities offer toys that he can use without the presence of the owners. Continue reading Leaving the Dog Alone at Home

The Sketches of the Minas Trend

The  Minas Trend officially started yesterday. And already in the first day of the event, the business lounge received many buyers and the catwalk was the scene for eight parades, which presented brands mining bets for the 2015 winter.

While we don’t publish here photos of parades, how about checking out the sketch and know a little bit about the new collections? Check out: Continue reading The Sketches of the Minas Trend

Bites: Joke or Sign of Concern?

Posted by Dog Citizen on 15/Feb/2016-

Anyone who is or ever has been owner of a puppy knows that small love bite everything they see ahead: feet, hands, ankles, furnitures, slippers and so on.

Many times, they may even hurt the “victims” of these bites, didn’t realize that. This behavior by many interpreted as a joke, can become a problem when the puppy goes to adult life and continues to do so. Continue reading Bites: Joke or Sign of Concern?