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Choosing the best type of harness for your dog

Dogs love to go on walks, but pulling against a leash and collar can harm their necks. Here’s how to pick the best type of harness for Fido.   Choosing the best type of harness for your dog   Taking your dog on walks can be one of the best ways for you and your four-legged companion to bond. Getting his daily exercise can be compromised, however, when using a traditional leash and collar that can put pressure on his neck. Fortunately, harnesses provide a safe and comfortable alternative to allow you and Fido to enjoy this pastime together. Harnesses fit over dogs’ chests like a vest, reducing pressure on their neck and throat that can be harmful when they pull against it. Choosing a harness can be daunting, however, with so many models from which to choose. In selecting the best option for your pet, first, consider whether you would like a front or back clip harness. Back-clipping harnesses fasten over the top of your dog’s shoulders and provide the smoothest transition from a traditional leash and collar, while front-clip models fasten at your pup’s chest. Calm, leash-trained dogs will do well with a back-clip harness. On the other hand, front-clipping harnesses can help pets master leash training by pulling them back towards you if they attempt to run ahead on walks. However, these models become tangled in Fido’s front feet more easily, which can be frustrating if your pet does not need this extra help learning proper walking etiquette. There are also harnesses that tighten against a dog’s chest when he pulls against them, which can be a helpful transition tool for pets still mastering their leash manners. In the same way, training comes into play when choosing a harness for your pet, so do size and the type of activities in which your dog typically engages. While a harness can offer owners more control over large-breed dogs than a collar, a Great Dane will need a much heavier-duty model than a toy breed, which can be walked comfortably on a soft, lightweight harness. Especially active dogs will need a sturdy harness to match their lifestyles, and machine washable models are always a good investment to help keep your pet and home clean. Some harnesses come with padded handles for lifting active pets over obstacles on hikes or for easily removing a pet from a dog park skirmish. Others offer adjustable elements or padding that make them extra comfortable for active pets. Whatever model you choose, be sure it fits well, as an ill-fitting harness can cause discomfort by rubbing against your pet’s skin. As a general rule, you should be able to fit two fingers between the harness and your pet. Harnesses not only prevent potential trauma to your pet’s neck and throat but can help as new pets learn to walk beside you. With some research and the right harness, you can safely enjoy daily walks with your companion.

Why do dogs bark in their sleep?

We know humans dream, but modern science has confirmed that our dogs do, too. Here’s what it means when Fido barks during a dream.   Why do dogs bark in their sleep? Thanks to modern science, we know a great deal about what it means when dogs bark in their sleep. Our pets’ brains are structured similarly to our own, including their ability to dream in vivid ways that can create real-world reactions while Fido is fast asleep. Scientists studying canine brains have found that dogs experience dreams similarly to humans. When your companion makes noises, his eyelids twitch, or his feet set to “running” in his sleep, it is likely that he is in the stage of slumber known as rapid eye movement, or REM. Though he may appear restless during these motions, your pet is actually in a very deep sleep. This is when dreams occur in both dogs and humans, leading to the barks, whimpers and even growls that you sometimes see when Fido is fast asleep. These conscious-world movements are simply his way of acting out what he is dreaming. Though we will likely never know what exactly our pets dream about, we can surmise from human dreams that dogs’ sleeping minds often relive activities they participate in during waking hours. When your pet barks in his sleep, he is likely dreaming about a situation that would cause him to bark in waking life, such as seeing another dog or chasing a rabbit. Just like it is for humans, dreaming is an important way animals process their experiences and learn from them, making it an important part of his daily routine. Some pet parents become concerned when the companions appear distressed during sleep, but experts largely agree that this is not cause to wake a sleeping pet. Sleep-running may indicate your dog is chasing a rabbit, and growls can be a sign of playing tug-of-war with a new treasured toy. Even if he is having a bad dream, waking your dog  can be just as disorienting as the dream itself and could even lead your pet to snap at you, so it is best to him finish this REM cycle of sleep. Besides, getting enough sleep is a crucial part of your pet’s health, allowing his body to recharge and his mind to process the day. Just like humans, waking a dog in the middle of his sleep cycle leads to poor-quality sleep, so it is best to let Fido continue his dreams. There are times when dogs are actually awake and crying during the night. If you find this is the case for your pet, check that his sleeping spot is comfortable and not too hot or cold, and that he has access to fresh water. Dogs that are under-stimulated during the day sometimes have trouble staying asleep, so be sure your companion is getting plenty of playtime and exercise during daylight hours to help him sleep better at night. If he is simply making sounds in his sleep that disrupt your own slumber, try moving his bed further from your own to ensure you both get a good night’s rest.

Why do cats purr?

We all associate purring with happy cats, but this sound can hold many meanings. Here’s how to decipher what your pet is saying. Why do cats purr? Purring is our cats’ most common sound, but most pet parents do not know the full range of meanings Kitty conveys with these soothing vibrations. Though our pets purr when they are content, cats also make this sound to signal other emotions and needs, such as hunger or healing. Here are a few tips for figuring out what your cat is trying to tell you when he purrs: 1. He is happy. Cats often purr when they are happy, but purring is just one sign of a content companion. Watch for other body language indicating your pet is at ease, such as a still tail, eyes half shut, and a relaxed body in resting position. If purring accompanies these signals, you can be sure Kitty is purring in pure bliss. 2. He is hungry. Although mealtime may be a joyous occasion for food-loving felines, cats do not just purr when they are happy. Our pets make a different type of purr when they are asking for food, often combined with a cry or meow. Pay close attention and you should be able to hear the difference between these two types of purrs. 3. He is self-soothing. Cats in need of healing, whether emotional or physical, also purr. Some research suggests the low frequency of these vibrations can actually speed up the healing process while easing your pet’s breathing and helping to reduce pain and swelling. Threatened or frightened felines will also purr to comfort themselves. 4. He is bonding. Kittens as young as a few days old are able to purr, promoting a connection between themselves and their mothers. Momma cats likewise will purr to soothe their babies, promoting a strong bond between feline family members. Whatever the cause behind Kitty’s soothing sounds, experts believe purring begins in cats’ brains. A rhythmic, repetitive brainwave send messages to the vocal cord muscles, causing them to twitch at a rate of 25 to 150 vibrations per second. The result is a separation of the vocal cords during both inhalation and exhalation—what we know as purring. Not all species of cats can purr, however, as larger types such as lions and tigers have a flexible, small bone within their vocal cords that allow them to roar, but not purr. In smaller felines, this bone is hardened, allowing purr-producing vibrations to occur when Kitty inhales and exhales, but preventing any far-reaching roars. This make sense for our housecats’ feral counterparts, who do not need to protect large swaths of land for hunting like big cats, and can thus reserve purring for an intimate few. In your household, you are one of Kitty’s chosen companions, so enjoy when he chooses to snuggle up to you with these soothing sounds.
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