Finland Top Family Dog Breeds New Owners Pet Care Guides Blog Launched

Dogs as Art, a canine-care blog produced in Tampere, Finland, has recently launched online, offering free guides for people new to dog ownership and articles on the benefits of pet companionship.

Dogs as Art, a blog produced in Tampere, Finland, that celebrates all things canine, has recently launched its online advice services, supporting families and people new to dog-care or dog-owners who want to know more. The newly published blog articles feature expert advice for pet care and feel-good stories about service animals.

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Dogs as Art offers tips and tricks for new dog owners, advice on breeds that are suitable for family life, and what to know before buying or rescuing a dog. Their new free online guides include vital advice for owning a dog and how having a pet can support family life.

These new articles include “Amazing Ways in which a Pet Dog can Improve Your Life”, a blog post exploring the science behind dog ownership as a means to boost general mood and extend life expectancy.

Specifically, it explores how dog ownership can alleviate common ailments such as high blood pressure and cholesterol, thereby reducing the risk of heart disease, according to The American Heart Association. This is because dogs require regular exercise which in turn encourages owners to take daily strolls with their dog, promoting an active lifestyle.

The article indicates that canine companionship and affection can also alleviate stress and anxiety, combating mental health problems such as depression. Due to this, dogs have been used for years to treat people suffering from PTSD and other mental health problems.

For people new to ownership, Dogs as Art have also recently published “4 Vital Tips for Dog Owners” which offers an essential introduction to basic pet care and highlights the financial commitment of keeping domestic animals. The ASPCA (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) estimate that owning a dog costs around $500 a year, covering expenses such as insurance, food, and potential vet bills.

In this new article, Dogs as Art recommend vaccinating dogs to protect the from contracting and spreading disease. They also advise owners to spay or neuter their pets to reduce the risk of them running away to find a mate, which cuts the chances of them producing unwanted puppies that may end up in dog shelters or on the streets.

They also encourage using preventative measures such as anti-parasite solutions, tick or flea sprays, or anti-flea collars to ward off common pests, particularly for people that walk their dogs in rural areas.

The Finnish blog produces a range of informative articles about dog ownership, care, and advice, in addition to real-life stories about rescue animals and service dogs.

More information is available at above, or by calling +358-40-1821189.

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