A PUP NEEDS A MOM TOO. Happy Dog Mother's Day
Pulling a puppy away from their mom can be a difficult and emotionally charged process for both the puppy and their mother. Puppies are typically separated from their mother and littermates around 8-12 weeks of age. This is such an emotional time for them. They feel alone and abandoned. If they were lucky they were taken into a loving home, but often times they are abandoned and put into animal shelters where a lot of them never know the real love of a mom or dad.
As much as you need them to bring you happiness, these pups need you too because they have all this love to give and had no one to give it to. You saved them. You gave them purpose as much as they will give you purpose.
Being a dog mom or dad means taking on the responsibility of caring for and loving a furry friend as if they were your own child. As a dog mom, you are responsible for providing your dog with food, water, exercise, and attention. You also need to ensure that your dog stays healthy by taking them to the vet for regular check-ups and vaccinations. Being a dog mom also means being patient, loving, and understanding towards your furry friend. It's a wonderful experience that comes with many rewards, such as unconditional love, loyalty, and companionship. More than anything, since their lives are shorter than human lives, we need to work hard at giving them the best life, spoiling them with hugs and kisses and belly rubs, keeping them happy and healthy. Trust me, the reward is priceless.
Cherish every moment with your furbaby.
Happy Mother's Day
Why Do Dogs Bury Bones?
Dogs have a natural instinct to bury things, which includes food such as bones. This instinct is believed to have evolved from their wild ancestors, who would bury their food to keep it safe from other predators and to store it for later consumption. When dogs bury bones, they may be trying to hide the bone so that other animals or dogs cannot find it. This behavior is especially common in dogs that live in households with other dogs or pets. Dogs may also bury bones simply as a way to save them for later, much like we might put leftovers in the refrigerator for a later meal. Another reason why dogs may bury bones is that they are instinctively wired to dig and bury things. In the wild, dogs would dig holes to create shelter, protect their young, or hide food. Even though domesticated dogs don't need to dig for survival, the behavior is still present in their DNA, and they may feel compelled to dig and bury things as a result. Overall, dogs bury bones for a combination of reasons related to their natural instincts, including protection, saving for later, and digging and burying behaviors.