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How To Help Your Dog Cope With Sudden Changes To Their Routine

Dogs thrive on routine. A happy dog is one who knows exactly what to expect from his life: what time he will be fed, what time he will be walked, and how much time he will get to spend with his favorite human. So when their routine is suddenly changed by a lif...

Why Do Some Dogs Love To Shred Paper?

You know your dog has a paper shredding problem when you come home to find what’s left of the toilet paper roll in the living room, unread mail torn and scattered across the floor, and every tissue box in the house suddenly empty. The old excuse of ̶...

How Can My Dog Tell When I’m Sick?

Whether you just have a small cold, you’re down for the count with the flu, or you’ve be...

How To Help Your Dog Regain Confidence After A Traumatic Incident

All it takes is one day, one moment, and one traumatizing experience for a dog’s confidence to...

How To Make Peace In “Blended Families” Where Dogs Don’t Get Along

When you adopt a new dog into your family, you always have the ability to have your current pooch me...

Why Do Some Dogs Gravitate Toward People Who Don’t Like Pets?

The thought of people being less than dog crazy is practically unfathomable to us, but believe it or...

Why Do Some Small Dogs Have “Napoleon Syndrome”?

You know the type. The little dog that growls and barks and acts more Rottweiler than Yorkie. You la...

How To Help An Emotionally Traumatized Dog Learn To Play

Go to any dog park and you’ll see man’s best friend engaging in all types of play. They&...

6 Tips & Tricks To Make Being Home Alone Less Stressful For Your Dog

You come home from work thrilled to be greeted by your four-legged best friend, but it’s soon ...

7 Signs Your Pup Would Make An Excellent Therapy Dog

Therapy dogs provide a variety of public services such as visiting hospital patients and helping sch...

Is It Okay To Change My Rescue Dog’s Name?

Fluffy, Blackie, Fido, Pooty—not every dog name is a winner. When you adopt a new dog into your ho...

The Meaning Behind Your Dog’s “Whale-Eyed” Expression

Trainers and behaviorists rely on dogs’ body language to determine their state of mind. One wa...

Is It Normal For My Dog To Always Act Like They’re Starving?

While some dogs peeve their owners with picky appetites, most are happiest when scarfing down everyt...

Ever Wonder Why Some Dogs Don’t Like Hugs? This Will Tell You

If dogs could talk, they’d most likely have something to say about our favorite saying, “...

3 Reasons Why Your Dog Needs To Know Their Name

We’ve all been that person frantically calling our dog’s name only to have them do every...

How To Help Your Rescue Dog Gain Confidence

From being abandoned by people they thought they could trust to surviving abuse and neglect, adopter...

New Study Uncovers The Real Reason Why Your Dog Has A Penchant For Poop

Watching a dog munch on a pile of poop is enough to turn anyone’s stomach. Humans are revolted...

4 Reasons Dogs Are Afraid Of Stairs And How To Help Them With Their Fear

The fear of going up and down stairs can affect puppies, rescues, adults, and senior dogs, and it po...

5 Reasons Dogs Yawn When They’re Not Tired

When a student yawns during a long lecture, you know they’re either bored or tired—or both. ...

5 Tips To Help Your Pup That Pees When They’re Excited

An enthusiastic greeting after hours away from home is one of the reasons you love your dog, but pee...

What Are Dogs Thinking When They Stare Into Our Eyes?

You may remember the classic TV show Lassie featuring a faithful Collie who inevitably saved the d...

Does Your Dog Actually Enjoy Listening To Music? The Answer May Surprise You.

Search for “dog music” on Spotify, and you’ll find an entire playlist dedicated to...

Why Does My Dog Always Try To Run Away From Home?

When your dog runs away once, it’s stressful. But as long as you get them back in your arms, i...

The Quiet Canine: Why Some Dogs Rarely Bark

While most dog owners search for ways to stop the barking, a quiet canine isn’t always what it...

5 Tips For Handling Your Dog’s High Prey Drive

When your dog has a high prey drive, no squirrel, cat, or plastic bag floating in the wind is safe. ...

Researchers Identify Possible Risk Factors For Anxiety & Aggression In Dogs

According to VetStreet.com, as many as 90% of all dog owners report behavioral problems – most...

How To Help Two Dogs Form A Friendly Bond

While dogs are generally considered pack animals, not every canine introduction will turn into a pea...

5 Unexpected Reasons Why Dogs Don’t Like Certain People

Getting on a dog’s good side might seem as easy as having a pocket full of treats and knowing ...

What’s So Special About Your Dog’s Favorite Toy?

It’s dirty, torn, and always covered in slobber, but your dog’s favorite toy holds a spe...

The 5 Different Types Of Dog Growls

Most people assume a growling dog is bad news, but that isn’t always the case. Dogs vocalize t...

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