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So far Rasa Žiema has created 16 blog entries.

Dog running away from me. How to prevent it.

By |2019-05-17T22:52:05+02:00May 16th, 2019|Behavior, Positive dog training, Uncategorized, Unwanted behaviour|

Your dog might not know how to spin or do a back stand and it is completely fine, it won't affect your friendship. But having a dog constantly running away from you and not coming back when called is a big nuisance. Why dogs are running away and how to behave in the situation?

Does your pet’s microchip indicate ownership?

By |2019-05-16T19:08:58+02:00February 27th, 2019|Animal welfare, Positive dog training|

As a vet, I strongly encourage all animal owners to microchip their pets. It is not only necessary for crossing borders when travelling, but once every few weeks, somebody comes to our clinic with a found pet. Usually, we are able to reunite pets with their owners. Unfortunately, legally, having your name and details

Harmful food from the Thanksgiving table

By |2019-05-06T10:48:16+02:00November 21st, 2018|Health, Positive dog training|

Nova @dogochallenges Sometimes overeating is a great pleasure of life. Especially for such special occasions like Thanksgiving. Juicy Turkey, cheese grits and corn pudding makes me hungry already. But who is there under the table? Sad hungry eyes, following every bite you take. Well, it is Thanksgiving, I share the dinner with my dog...

Can your dog eat VEGETARIAN food?

By |2019-05-07T16:52:49+02:00November 16th, 2018|Health, Positive dog training|

Vegetarian or vegan diets sometimes are viewed controversially in humans, not to mention in dogs. Can you give your pet vegetarian dog food? Your dog is probably howling NOOOOOO and is trying to destroy your laptop so you do not read any further! Would Dogo recommend giving vegetarian dog food? In this article, we will

Why my puppy bites and how to stop it?

By |2019-05-17T10:53:23+02:00November 7th, 2018|Positive dog training, Unwanted behaviour|

Biting is a natural behaviour among puppies when playing. Through such a rough form of play, they learn inhibition, coordination, and self-control. You should not tolerate your puppy bitting or nipping people even if it is in a playful way. Why puppies bite? Most probably your puppy bites you in order to attract attention,