Virtual Pet Dog, Adopt A Virtual Dog
Q: What is a virtual dog?
dogs or digital puppies give you the fun and satisfaction of taking care
of a pet without the hassle and expense that a real dog entails.
You can feed, walk, bathe and care for your virtual dog at various
In today's online world virtual dogs are dominating the world of virtual
or digital pets. Pick up a v dog today.
Tips and tricks for virtual dogs.
- Playing with your dog will raise its
Happiness score. Your dog will lose one Happiness point every day,
so to keep it's level at 10/10 simply play with your dog once each
- Make sure to feed and give your virtual dog
water or it will likely lose health.
- Remember to exercise your pet dog or it will
- Health is simply how healthy your dog’s
eyes, ears, hips, and elbows are. They can get a rating of Poor,
Fair, Good, or Excellent, Poor being the worst and Excellent being
the best. Better health stats can help your dog perform better in
- In most games you can buy accessories and
toys for your pet dog. Sometimes even clothes and glasses. You may
have to earn the credits in the game itself to purchase these items.
- Most V Dogs can be bathed and taken care of
like real life pets.
Is chocolate really bad for dogs?
It is true that chocolate is bad for and even
harmful to your pooch.
The reason is that chocolate contains
something called theobromine. It is a substance that can cause erratic
heartbeat in dogs and could even cause death. Though to cause death the
dog would have to ingest a large amount of chocolate.
So please keep your pet away from the chocolate,
plus its bad for her figure anyhow.
Caffeine can also have a similar affect on dogs, so
keep that away from them too.
But seriously, if you believe your pet has
overdosed on chocolate, please contact a vet right away for help. by
Help! My dog has fleas OMG!
Fleas can be a common nuisance for pet owners,
especially in the warmer months of the year. Fleas can also be very
harmful to you and your pet. If your dog has fleas you're going to want
to try to get rid of them immediately.
First give the dog a bath
Take some baby shampoo or dog shampoo and mix it in
a cup with about 50% vinegar. Pour a warm bath for the dog, place the
dog in the bath and start to rub in the mixture like you would shampoo.
Be careful not to get the mixture in the dog's
eyes as this will burn the animal. Let the dog soak for 5 to 10 minutes
and rinse out the excess shampoo. You may need to repeat this process
more than once to kill all the fleas.
For preventive maintenance you can take a spray
bottle and mix it with the around 50% vinegar and 50% water. Spray the
hair of the dog two to three times a day and comb in the mixture.
Of course clean all of the
dogs bedding and spray areas with the water vinegar mix. This is also a
good time to get your dog a flea collar if you haven't already done so.
Buy some cedar chips and place them in the dogs bedding, fleas hate the
smell of cedar.
There also liquid flea treatments you can buy,
you apply this to the dog every few months. This will help prevent a new
infestation. Also limiting the amount of time your dog spends
out-of-doors is a good idea.
- Afghan: An
elegant, almost majestic looking hound.
- Akita: Our friend from
cold, snowy Japan.
- American Staffordshire Terrier: Loyal,
courageous and rugged.
- American Eskimo: A bright white companion
who loves the snow.
- American Pit Bull Terrier: Not as vicious as
made out to be, sturdy breed.
- Australian Shepherds: A born herding dog,
- Australian Cattle Dog: A working man’s dog
from the land down under
- Basset Hound:
Floppy ears on this low lying hound make him famous.
- Beagle: The Beagle sings a merry tune as he
follows his nose through life
- Belgian sheep-herding dogs: Versatile,
enthusiastic, hard-working, and lovely to look at
- Bernese Mountain Dog: Stunning to look at,
easy to own
- Bichon Frisé: Energy and affection in a
- Border Collie: The workaholic dog with a
strong desire to please man
- Boston’s terrier: A truly American breed.
- Borzoi: The gentle Borzoi is strong, swift
and supremely graceful
Sleek and muscular, the Boxer is a loyal family guard. A powerful
- Briard: A strong and gentle heart wrapped in
- Brittany: A happy-go-lucky hunting companion
and family pet
- Bulldog: A stout classic working breed.
- Chihuahua: The
famous tiny dog who thinks he's a big dog, can you say "Yo Quiero
- Chow Chow: Our friend from the Orient
- Cocker Spaniel: A popular pet with a merry
disposition, family favorite.
- Collie: Bright and brainy with a gentle
- Dachshund: Delightful, dynamic and droll; a
- Dalmatian: Famous from the movies and
firehouses everywhere, unmistakable spots.
- Doberman Pinscher:
The quintessential guard dog.
- English Springer Spaniel: A versatile hunter
and pet; a happy-go-luck charmer
- English Setter:
A gentle breed of bird dog.
- Fox Terrier: Happy yet mischievous at the
- German Shepherd: Highly intelligent, hard
working and classy.
- Golden Retriever: Known as the best family
- Great Pyrenees: A shepherd's dog and a
- Great Dane: A regal, gentle guardian in
- Greyhound: Swift, sweet, and graceful at
home and in the field
- Siberian Husky: Famous Iditarod sled puller.
- Jack Russell Terrier: Legendary fox hunter
is vigorous, scrappy, and bold
- Kerry Blue
Terrier: Ireland's National Dog
- Labrador Retriever: A good family dog for an
- Leonberger: A German workhorse.
- Malamute: Durable,
faithful, intelligent working companion
- Miniature Pinscher: King of Toys or court
jester, this tiny might needs a firm hand and a sense of humor
- Newfoundland: Jolly giants.
- Papillon: Favorite of the European courts.
- Poodle: 3 sizes to
love. Standard, Miniature and Toy.
- Pug: Playful, charming, and dignified--- A
lot of dog in a little package
- Rhodesian Ridgeback: Africa’s big tough lion
- Rottweiler: A tough, dependable companion
with a heart of gold
- Samoyed: Beauty and brains in a white fur
- Miniature Schnauzer: Salt and pepper
mischief-maker is delightful family pet
- Scottish Terrier: Independent and
self-reliant; a spirited companion
- Shar-Pei: Wrinkled masterpiece from Asia.
- Shetland Sheepdog: Bright, happy-go-lucky
herding dogs are devoted companions
- Shih Tzu: Royal dignity and loving affection
- Spaniels: Happy-go-lucky hunters and
companions, spaniels have something for every dog lover
- St. Bernard: The heart and soul of a gentle
- Weimaraner: The gray ghost of field and
- Welsh Corgi: Small dogs with big dog hearts
- Welsh Terrier: Britain's oldest breed
- Wheaten Terrier: Irish legends come alive
for modern owners
- The Whippet: Originally used to hunt
rabbits, relative of the greyhound.
Terrier - A playful, pint sized, toy terrier.
|It's true that most people
consider their pooch as a part of the family. We like to keep our dog's
not only healthy, but happy. Dog's love to play, they are often
described as being like kids. So it is no wonder that people like to buy
toys for their dogs.
You don't have to spend a fortune on your dog for
him / her to have fun. Sometimes an old rope with a ball tied to the
end can be a fun toy for a dog. Dogs love to pull on things, so a tug of
war with you is great fun for them.
A bouncy ball is also a dog favorite, many like you
to throw them a Frisbee that they can retrieve. Just make sure that its
not a good one, as they usually like to chew it a bit before they return
Many stores like Walmart, K-Mart , Big Lots sell
lots of great dog toys at reasonable prices.
If you want to try to make your own dog toys,
YouTube is a good resource for ideas, as well.
If your dog acquires too many toys, you can buy
your dog a toy chest. Walmart sells a couple of fun, large toy chests
for dogs that are shaped like a giant bone.