All dog owners have many dog stories to tell.
My Siberian Husky, Shania, is a sweetie, who loves everyone, and likes to nibble on people’s chins.
My Shiba Inu, Sephy, is more aloof and in love with himself. But he can also be a big goof, and he is extremely gentle with his sister, Shania.
Yesterday, he was lying nicely on his bed, and Shania comes bounding up and starts using him as her chew toy. They tussle around on the bed, and when the dust settled, she is on the bed and he has been chased out!
There are always so many interesting dog stories to tell, and in these times, we all need some fun, and entertaining dog tales.
So come and join me at HubPages and share your dog stories.
We need more dog people at HubPages and you are all invited!
Dogs can sometimes become blind as a result of glaucoma. We consider the two types of dog glaucoma, and what we can do to detect glaucoma in our dogs.
Off-leash dogs vs. on-leash dogs - which are happier? Clearly, a dog will be happier with more freedom if nothing else changes. However, would an off-leash dog be happier if he had to wear an electronic collar and endure shock corrections? We consider the various off-leash and on-leash options here.
What really do dogs need? Do dogs need other dogs or are they perfectly happy curled up in bed with their people, and a piece of steak? We consider a dogs socialization needs, and his need for companionship.