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Resource Guarding and How to Stop it

Whether it’s their favorite toy, a bowl of kibble or a soft spot on the sofa, dogs can get possessive of things (and people!) they consider valuable. Although seeing your pooch prize something [...]

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Understanding Depression in Dogs

When it comes to owners and their emotions, dogs are like mirrors. What do we mean? OK. Think of the last time you felt low or even elated. How did your dog react? The chances are when you felt [...]

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Dog Won’t Eat, We May Have the Reason Why and Solution

The loss of appetite in dogs is called inappetence or anorexia. Anorexia in dogs is not the same condition as anorexia in humans. Doggy anorexia can be partial or complete. If your dog is only [...]

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Dog Toys to Aid with Separation Anxiety

Unfortunately, many dogs can get stressed out if they have to be away from their owner or suffer from separation anxiety when you have to leave them or put them in their crate. There are calming [...]

Why Do Dogs Whine and How To Stop It

It seems like dogs who whine a lot are often trying to tell their owners something. Unlike us humans, dogs can’t use language to communicate with us. So, whining and the occasional mutters, [...]

Pet Allergens

While many humans have pet allergies, pets’ immune systems can fail them too. Just like in people, allergy symptoms in dogs and cats develop when their immune systems begin to recognize [...]

Crate Training

All pet parents ponder over what to do with their dog or puppy while at work. Your furry friends can get lonely or anxious and make a big mess. You can keep your pooch safe and comfortable while [...]

Kissing & Co-Sleeping: How Close is Too Close?

You share the bed, you kiss on the lips, you go everywhere together....but is that a good thing? How close is too close and are you and your pet crossing the line? We're taking a look at some of [...]

Quarantine Activities For Pets & Parents

With the recent reintroduced quarantine and social distancing, people are adapting their habits to the new normal. Responsible pet parents are reducing their dogs’ exercise to short walks, [...]

What is Dog Aggression and How to Stop it.

Dealing with dog behavioral issues is never easy, but having an aggressive dog is particularly hard. It frequently passes the point of simply being worried about coming home to a [...]

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