Woof! That's dog talk for Welcome.

My name is Spencer, and yes I am a small dog, a Yorkie to be exact. Welcome to my exciting journey into - well, the world! It's absolutely paw-fect as I share my secrets to traveling with your little fur baby, eh – I mean small dog. I have other tips to share about being a small dog, so stay tuned - Woof!

10 August 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Common Eye Problems in Small Dogs

You find your small dog pawing at their eyes or tearing up. They are uncomfortable, and may even having trouble seeing out of one or both eyes. What should you do? One of the most common issues for small dog owners are eye problems. These can range from mild to severe and depending on the […]

02 August 2012 ~ 0 Comments

What Causes Small Dogs To Shake or Tremble?

Not all small dogs shake, and when they do, there is usually a good reason.  Often, the little guys (or girls) will tremble only occasionally like when: • Meeting new people; • Confronted by a new situation or something that is unfamiliar; • They’re cold (after all, small dogs are – well, small); • They’re […]

31 July 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Five Steps To Housebreaking Your Small Dog

You’ve found the perfect puppy and are ready to bring this new family member home. Everything is great until…the housebreaking stage. Potty training your new small dog puppy can be achieved quickly and easily in just five steps. First is to invest in a sturdy dog crate, which will need to be appropriate for your […]

06 July 2012 ~ 1 Comment

Vaccinations Are Essential for Your Small Dog’s Health

If you have a new puppy or have adopted a small dog recently you may be asking yourself which vaccines are right for your pet and what exactly will they do to help protect your small  dog from disease and death? There are certain stages in your small dog’s life where vaccinations will be most […]

05 July 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Flea and Tick Prevention for Your Small Dog

Fleas and tick prevention is easy to achieve once the small dog owner understands which parasite is affecting their animal.  Both types are blood sucking parasites, which can adversely affect the health of your small dog and infest your entire household. There are several remedies you can take advantage of in order to eliminate these […]

04 July 2012 ~ 0 Comments

How To Get Your Small Dog to Listen

How do I get my small dog to listen? This is a common response for many small dog owners, and if your pet is in the excessive barking category you are not alone. Many small dogs dogs express themselves through barking for a variety of reasons. The first step to tackling this annoying problem is […]

03 July 2012 ~ 2 Comments

Help! My Small Dog Pees in the House!

  Dog is man’s best friend; and in truth, you’d be hard-pressed to find someone as loyal, upbeat, and valiant (not to mention, adorable) walking on two feet. Then there’s the old joke that goes: Who loves you more, your dog or your wife? Accidently forget them in the car trunk, and then open the […]

26 May 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Is a Yorkshire Terrier Right for You?

If you like small dogs with big dog attitudes, you may want to consider a Yorkshire Terrier. These dogs are so sure that they are just as big and bad as the other guy, that they will not hesitate to take on a Great Dane. Of course, this doesn’t mean that Yorkshire Terriers aren’t lap […]

23 November 2011 ~ 2 Comments

Tips in keeping your small dog in tip-top shape

Taking care of your pets is like taking care of the people that you love. Avoid excesses and you will have one happy pet in your hand. Of course, that is easily said than done. What exactly should you avoid and what should you give? Below are some really short but sweet tips that can […]

22 November 2011 ~ 0 Comments

Is the Lovable Pug the Right Breed for You?

You may be inquisitive as to where we got the matter for writing this article on dog breed. Of course through our general knowledge, and the Internet! If you’ve seen Men In Black or Milo and Otis, you probably have fallen in love with the charming Pugs who acted in these movies. While the distinctive […]