How To Make Your Dog Vomit?

Your dog may get its paws onto something they shouldn’t, like chocolate, and sometimes the best course of action is to make your dog vomit. As dog owners, it is our duty to keep our pets safe and healthy. We should know what to do in any situation. It is impossible to keep an eye on your dog 24/7, and sometimes, they will get into trouble by eating something that can be toxic. Our homes are full of things that could harm our dogs, things like: Chocolate Alcohol Plants Vegetables Fruits Cleaning chemicals Despite our best effort, our dogs can ingest something potentially toxic. The best thing to do at...

Can Dogs Get Hiccups?

There aren’t many things cuter than a dog getting hiccups. Except maybe puppies getting hiccups. They are adorable, and after the first few seconds of melting our hearts, we can’t help but start wondering if hiccups are dangerous. Sure, humans get it all the time, but dog hiccups are something different, right? It is normal that you wonder about it and worry about your dog’s health. Luckily, we are here to help you get to the bottom of it. Let’s see what we should know about dog hiccups as dog owners. What are hiccups? Hiccups are natural, and they can be defined as “involuntary contractions of the diap...

Prong collar: Yes or No?

There have been many controversies regarding prong collars and whether or not using them is considered humane. Whatever your stance regarding prong collars is, there is no denying their effectiveness. Even today, a lot of professional dog trainers and behaviorists argue that using the prong collar has its benefits. On the other hand, many dog owners and trainers claim that this training method is not effective in the long run and can cause long-term harm to your dog. So what is the verdict, and are these collars safe for use? Let's check it out. Are prong collars safe to use? The first thing you need to...

Czechoslovakian Wolfdog From A Different Perspective

How cool would it be to own a pet wolf? Pretty cool, right? Probably quite dangerous, though, so the next best thing might be a Czechoslovakian Wolfdog, a dog that looks like the wolf but has the character of a dog. Learning about them before getting one is a good idea. You probably don’t want to pick a dog based only on their looks because you might end up with a dog that looks cool but is impossible to handle. Here at World Dog Finder, we are huge suckers for dogs that look like wolves, and the first chance we get, we will get one of them. The first time we saw one of these dogs in a dog show, we were...

Anal Glands In Dogs: All You Need To Know

Not every aspect of owning a dog is beautiful and great. Some parts could be considered yucky, and anal glands are precisely that. If you already are a dog owner, you probably heard that some dogs could have anal gland problems. It is an excellent sign that you are interested in learning about your dog's health and how to help them. You probably wondered what dog anal glands are or what they are for. We will answer all possible questions a future owner might have about them and understand why anal glands' health is essential. Let's start. What are anal glands? Anal glands, or anal sacks, are scent gland...

Pomeranian From a Different Perspective

Pomeranians are one of the most popular companion dogs in the world, and there is a good reason for it. The social media star Boo certainly played a big part in making Poms popular, but these dogs did very well even before that. Before you get any dog breed, you should hear what other owners say. Poms are often thought of as a fashion accessory. The truth is far from it, and they are living beings with various needs. We wanted to show you what Pomeranians are really like and let you in on what other owners told us. What Kind of Pet is the Pomeranian? There is a pretty good reason Poms are so popular. No...

Giardia In Dogs

There are many parasites capable of harming and hurting dogs, and Giardia is one of them. It is a nasty parasite capable of harming your dog, so if you are a dog owner who worries about their dog, make sure you take necessary precautions. If you think your dog might have Giardia, you should contact your vet and ask for advice and treatment options. It is natural that you are worried about your dog’s health, every good owner should be, so hopefully, we can help you get to know what Giardia is or how dangerous it can be. What is Giardia? Giardia is a single-celled parasite that inhibits a dog’s small inte...

Dapple Dachshund: Rare Color Or a Flaw

There is no denying that the dapple Dachshund is a striking dog, and their popularity confirms that. They have a beautiful pattern that makes their coat unique and attractive, but there is a lot more behind the dapple Dachshund than what meets the eye. Let’s explore the hidden parts of the “rare” sausage dog color. What is a dapple Dachshund?  A dapple Dachshund is a part of the Dachshund breed; the only difference is that it is a dog with a specific spotted pattern on its coat. This pattern is not unique to them. It can be found in other breeds like the Scottish Collie or the Australian Shepherd. The d...

Can Dogs Eat Tomatoes?

There is nothing your dog won’t eat, especially if it comes from your plate. They don’t really care if it is a tomato or a nice piece of meat; if you are eating it, your dog wants some. Experienced owners know that giving table scraps to your dog is not generally a good idea, but it can be pretty hard to ignore your dog when they look at you with their large puppy eyes. We know that feeding our dog from our plate is not something to encourage, but honestly, we just can’t help ourselves sometimes. If you are like us and love tomatoes, it is more than likely that your dog will ask for some. As a dog owner...

Cushing's Disease In Dogs: What You Need To Know

Taking care of our dog’s health is easily one of the most important jobs we as dog owners need to do, but dog owners often fail to realize there is something wrong with their dog when it comes to Cushing’s disease. We shouldn’t be too hard on ourselves because Cushing's disease symptoms are often confused with old age, and when we do notice something is wrong, the disease is usually in a late stage. Some breeds are especially prone to this problem, but that doesn’t mean your dog cannot be affected by CD. Here is what you need to know about Cushing's disease as a dog owner. What is Cushing's disease?  Ac...