Entries by Dogs and pups Magazine

Puppy training made fun

A well behaved dog and a happy owner make a perfect combination. Behaviour and training always go together. Training always leads you to understand your dog and also helps you communicate better with him.   Apuppy’s first day at home is very exciting. But after a few days of excitement and joy, starts the actual […]

Petcare for your pup

Just as with humans, the environment in which a puppy is raised, influences her behaviour in adult life. The early socialisation period, is very short lasting for only few months. During this time, puppies learn how to behave with other dogs and humans. Four to eight weeks is a tender age for pups and special […]

Protecting your pooch from diseases

Puppies are hard to resist. Once you have got your new pooch home, it is vital to take care of his health-related issues. Dr. Deepa Katyal gives an overview of these important issues. Protecting your puppy: Love’s not enough. Your puppy needs a preventive health care program, too. Every new puppy faces a variety of […]

Guide to selecting your puppy

Whether you have decided to bring home a mongrel or a pedigree dog, few things should be kept in mind. Yashodhara Hemchandra of Yashbans Kennels gives tips on getting your best friend.   There is no better joy or happiness (other than your kids, of course) like having a pet at home. You can laugh […]

Getting ready for the new family member

Keeping a pup is a responsible job, almost as responsible as having one’s own baby, if not more. That’s why it’s imperative to make sure you are getting the four-legged creatures home for all the right reasons, with all the commitment that they deserve — and more!!! It’s a wonderful feeling to get a pup […]


Dreams often come true, simply go ahead and chase them – you might just catch one some day! Nostalgia overwhelms me as I review the past 12 months. I dared to dream and the 6 issues of ‘Dogs & Pups’ that lie on my table, prove that the dream has turned into reality. Calls for […]

In Memory of the beautiful Bark

There is no pain in the world as that of losing the one you love. I still remember the day when I lost my dog to an illness and it felt like every ounce of life had ebbed out of our lives. Nothing seemed to hold any interest anymore, and I had withdrawn myself from […]

“Paw-Tails” l May-June-2005

Our family pack 2001 saw me being a mom again – this time to an 8-week-old black lab, Rex. But tragedy struck when Rex passed away at 7 months age – leaving me a tearful mess. My dreams for yet another 4-legged baby led me to place an advertisement for adoption of any breed at […]

“Paw-Tails” l May-June-2005

Keeping the love alive! We had two beautiful dogs, a Chow-Chow named ‘Jhu Jhu’ and a curly haired Golden Retriever called ‘Satin’. Unfortunately, we lost them within a month of each other. Our family was completely shattered and could not think of keeping another dog. I was the only one who insisted on getting another […]

“Paw-Tails” l May-June-2005

A journey of friendship I still remember the cold winter day when I picked up Sainik, a golden Labrador, from a farmhouse near my house. At first, I was very apprehensive about whether I will be able to take care of a small delicate life with my own hectic work schedule. But the instant I […]