Regulations that dictate the information that must be included on a dog product label, such as ingredients and safety warnings.
Lack of exercise
Insufficient physical activity that can lead to obesity, behavioral issues, and health problems.
Lack of socialization
A condition where a dog has not been exposed to different people, animals, and environments, leading to fear and aggression.
Lack of supervision
The danger of leaving a dog unattended with a product that could cause harm or injury.
Laminate flooring with an embossed texture
A type of flooring made from synthetic materials that has a textured surface to mimic the look of natural materials.
Large size options
Products designed specifically for larger dog breeds.
Laser-assisted cataract surgery (LACS)
A surgical procedure that uses a laser to remove cataracts from a dog’s eyes.
A type of rubber that is often used in the production of pet toys and other products due to its durability and safety.
Toys that do not contain the allergenic material latex.
Toys that do not contain the toxic metal lead.
The process of acquiring knowledge or skills through experience and practice.
A strap or cord used to restrain and control a dog during walks or other outdoor activities.
Leash and collar
A combination of a leash and collar used to control a dog’s movement.
Leash and harness training
Teaching a dog to wear and use a harness in addition to a leash.
Leashes for blind dogs
Specialized leashes designed to help guide and protect dogs with visual impairments.
Providing direction and guidance to a dog while on a leash.
Leash guidance techniques
Techniques for guiding a dog’s movement while on a leash.
Leash handling techniques
Methods for safely and effectively holding a dog’s leash.
Regulations that require dogs to be on a leash in public areas.
Teaching a dog to walk calmly on a leash.
Leather scraps or strips
Pieces of leather that can be used as a safe and durable material for pet toys or other products.
Legal protections for emotional support animals
Laws that allow dogs to provide emotional support to their owners in certain situations.
Legal protections for special needs pets
Laws that protect dogs with disabilities or medical conditions.
The obligations and duties of dog owners under the law.
A behavior that can indicate stress or anxiety in dogs.
A device or tool that can help keep dogs safe in water, such as a life jacket or buoyancy aid.
See “Life jackets for dogs”.
Life jackets for dogs
Jackets designed to keep dogs afloat in water and prevent drowning.
Changes made to a dog’s routine or environment to improve their overall well-being.
The amount of light a dog is exposed to, which can affect their mood and behavior.
Adjusting the brightness and color of light to improve a dog’s vision.
Digestive enzymes that break down fats in a dog’s diet.
Using GPS technology to monitor a dog’s whereabouts.
The length of time a pet toy or other product is able to last and remain functional.
Products that are designed to last a long time, such as durable chew toys or indestructible balls.
Toys that provide entertainment for dogs over an extended period of time.
The potential for small parts to become detached from a dog product and pose a choking hazard.
Loose Strings Strangulation
The risk of a dog becoming entangled or strangled by loose strings or cords on a product.
Loss of confidence
A decrease in a dog’s self-assurance and bravery.
Loss of vision
The partial or complete inability to see in dogs.
Sounds that can startle or frighten dogs, such as thunder or fireworks.
Loud Noises Distress
The potential for loud noises, such as fireworks or thunder, to cause anxiety or fear in dogs.
Low carb meals
Dog food with reduced carbohydrates for weight management.
Exercise that is gentle on a dog’s joints and muscles.
Low vision aids
Aids designed to help dogs with impaired vision, such as a halo vest or bumper collar.
A dog’s devotion and faithfulness to their owner.
Using treats or toys to guide a dog’s behavior.