Labrador Retriever — Adorable And Hilarious Videos
  • 12.04.2024
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Labrador Retrievers are very cute and funny animals. We always try our best to cheer you up.

My puppy got a "big boy" toy ??
  • 12.04.2024
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A big wild boar toy or a warthog. A cute and funny video =)

8 week old Shih Tzu Puppies learn some basic obedience
  • 07.04.2024
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Piper and Shakira learn sit down and roll over on their first training session

Lab Puppy Dreaming ~ Stofer's Labs
  • 07.04.2024
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Do Dogs Dream Too? Psychologist Dr. from Harvard Medical School. Deirdre Barrett explained that dogs dream like humans and that they most likely see their owners in their dreams too. Psychologist Dr., who studies sleep behaviors at Harvard Medical School. According to Deirdre Barrett, dogs dream like humans and they most likely see their owners in their dreams. The sleep pattern in dogs is similar to that of humans, and this is attributed to the existence of different stages of sleep in both humans and dogs. Dogs, like humans, go through deep sleep and REM sleep phases. REM sleep is the sleep phase in which brain functions are more active than other sleep stages. During the deep sleep phase, the brain is much less active. Most mammals are also known to have this sleep cycle. However, the durations of the phases in the cycles vary. For example, small animals such as mice have shorter sleep cycles than humans, while elephants have longer sleep cycles. Most dreams occur during the REM sleep phase. Dogs also see their dreams at this stage. The situation is different in reptiles and fish. Since they do not have deep sleep and REM sleep cycles, they are most likely not dreaming. According to research, people often dream about things they are interested in during the day. Dr. Barrett states that this also applies to dogs. According to Barrett, since dogs are extremely attached to their owners, they are also likely to have dreams related to their faces and smells.

Maltese model dogs require different care methods.
  • 02.04.2024
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Maltese dogs may require special care due to their coat texture and skin sensitivities. Here are special care methods for Maltese dogs: Coat Care: Maltese dogs have a long, silky coat. Therefore, regular combing and brushing is necessary. Daily combing prevents hair from knotting and shedding. Weekly bathing can be done to clean the feathers and maintain their shine. Eye Care: Maltese dogs' eyes are sensitive and eye spots may occur. It is important to trim the hair around the eyes and clean the eyes regularly. Additionally, special cleaners recommended by your veterinarian can be used to prevent eye spots. Skin Care: Maltese dogs may have skin sensitivity compared to some other breeds. Depending on the veterinary advice you have received, special shampoos can be used to maintain skin moisture. Additionally, if there are skin problems or allergies, special treatments recommended by your veterinarian should be applied. Dental Care: Dental health is important for every dog, but small breeds' teeth are more sensitive. Maltese dogs' teeth need to be brushed regularly and teeth cleaning should be encouraged with chewable toys. Nutrition: Maltese dogs are generally among the smaller breeds and therefore their nutritional needs may also differ from other dogs. It is important to choose a high-quality dog food and create a feeding program appropriate for the dog's age, weight and activity level. Exercise: Maltese dogs are energetic and play-loving. Regular daily exercise helps maintain the dog's physical and mental health. Long walks, play with toys, and mental exercises (for example, toy search games) can meet the needs of the Maltese dog. Veterinary Checks: Regular veterinary check-ups are important to monitor the overall health of your Maltese dog. A vet visit should be made at least once a year to ensure their vaccinations are up to date and that any health problems are detected and treated early. Like any dog, Maltese dogs require love, attention and regular grooming. By applying the above care methods, you can ensure that your Maltese dog remains healthy, happy and well-groomed.

shih tzu play hide and seek he properly search for dad Every corner?.cute puppy #simba rock#
  • 28.03.2024
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Dogs are generally very prone to learning games, and brain teasers such as hide and seek may also interest them. Here are the steps to teach your dog to play hide and seek: Basic Obedience Training: First of all, it is important that your dog receives basic obedience training. Teaching basic commands such as sit, stay, come will help your dog focus better on you. Identify Hiding Places: Identify hiding places so your dog can find you. These places should be places that your dog can easily reach, but that will not force him. Teach the "Hide" Command: Use the "hide" command to get your dog's attention and move to a hiding spot. Let your dog follow you and reward him when he sees you. Teach the "I Found" Command: Come out of your hiding place and indicate that you found your dog with a command such as "I found it." When your dog reaches you, reward him and play with a favorite toy or snack. Increase the Difficulty Level Step by Step: In the beginning, choose hiding places that your dog can easily find. Over time, make your hiding places more difficult and make your dog track your scent to find you. Be Patient and Keep It Fun: Be patient and encourage your dog as he learns to play hide and seek. Make the game a fun and rewarding experience so your dog continues to love it. A game of hide and seek is a great way to bond with your dog and increase his mental alertness. But every dog is different, so proceed in a way that suits your dog's personality and learning pace.

Cute Shih Tzu - training and fun videos
  • 25.03.2024
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She's so sweet... and looks so innocent at the same time. He does amazing tricks, is so obedient and incredibly smart.

shih tzu trying to talk
  • 25.03.2024
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His barking, sliding on the 'slippery' car seat and deciding, "I'll sit down. Thank you very much." Ah...what a sweet cake.

Funny Shih Tzu - reason why owner love them
  • 20.03.2024
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Shih Tzu isn't stupid, they are friendly, discipline, playful, sassy and so Energetic

Shih Tzu gets real mad.
  • 16.03.2024
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The Shih Tzu breed is generally calm, loving and gentle dogs, but they can get angry in some situations. Situations where Shih Tzus become angry or irritated may include: Strangers: Shih Tzus can be a little shy around strangers, which can make them nervous. They may show nervousness or anxiety when meeting new people or being in an unfamiliar environment. Other animals: Some Shih Tzus do not like interacting with other dogs or non-domestic animals and this can make them nervous. Environmental changes: Shih Tzus can be sensitive to sudden and major environmental changes. For example, a major move or change of location at home may make them angry or anxious. Play or toys: Shih Tzus enjoy playing, but sometimes toys or situations during play can make them angry. They may get angry, especially in a situation that they do not want to share or that is not what they want. Lack of attention: Shih Tzus demand attention and love from their owners. If owners are indifferent or busy, this can make Shih Tzus angry or restless.

Meet My New Puppy, Junior (9 weeks old Shih Tzu)
  • 14.03.2024
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How to Identify Dogs Over Their Ideal Weight, Their Risks and Recommendations for Weight Control In order to determine whether your dog is over its ideal weight, you need to know the average weight of its breed. It is recommended that you score body condition through observation and a few small touches. For dogs, a score of 4 to 5 is considered normal and reflects a body fat level of 15-20%. In dogs, those that are 15-30% above the breed's normal weight are considered overweight, and those that are 30% or more above the breed's normal weight are considered obese. Wrong and irregular nutrition and imbalance between energy intake and consumption lead to obesity. Obesity can be seen in dogs at any time of life, but it is a health problem that is more common with advancing age. Excess energy is stored in the body as fat, threatening the health of our friends and reducing their quality of life. More attention should be paid to this situation, especially in small breed dogs, because even a few kilo differences negatively affect the lives of small dog breeds.

Deep Conversation Between Brother and Sister Shih Tzu Dog | Noor & Ozzu Talking To Each Other
  • 13.03.2024
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The deep conversation of the Shihtzu brothers

Leaving My Puppies Alone with a Whole Chicken (Unexpected Result...)
  • 10.03.2024
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Bow and Bow can not resist chicken. It is also their favorite food! Let's see what they would do if they left alone with an entire chicken!