dog behavior

Using a picture like this one of a longhair calico cat is important for finding your lost pet.
If you've lost your pet, don't waste any time. Begin your search as soon as you notice that the animal is missing....Read More
Dog in a training class learning to look at his owner
Why this is useful for your dog to know: Some dogs go ballistic (barking, lunging and generally freaking out) on leash when they see something exciting or ...Read More
Girl and her dog in bed. There are kids and pets considerations to keep everyone safe and happy.
We surround our children with images of animals from the day they are born....Read More
Kidney Disease In Dogs
Chronic kidney disease is one of the most common diseases in older cats and dogs. However, it can occur in animals of any age....Read More
These two brindle dogs have been introduced to each other slowly and carefully, and are getting along well.
If you have a dog and a new one will be entering your home, there are things you can do to ensure that the meeting goes off without a hitch....Read More
Did you recently adopt a dog? Learn everything you need to know to begin to train your new family member!...Read More
Woman who is teaching this dog to come
Teaching a dog to come reliably is possible. The best way to do this is to make it a party every time you call her and she comes to you....Read More
Woman teaching a dog to speak (bark)
Why would you want to teach your dog to “speak” (bark)? Well, teaching a dog to bark on cue can actually help control excessive barking....Read More
Person teaching a heeler dog to trade with a bone and some treats
At one time or another, many of us have been involved in an inadvertent game of “keep away” — when our dog snatches something and then refuses to give it up....Read More
Black-and-white dog learning the leave it command
Like “stay,” "leave it” is a cue that may prevent your dog from being injured and may even save his life. “Leave it” should be taught to all dogs and practiced frequently....Read More