How do you train a dog who can’t hear what you are saying? Most dog training regimens use clickers and verbal cues to direct a dog where to go and what to do. How can you teach a dog when they can’t hear what you’re saying?
Your dog loves the routine, just the same way that you do. When our routines get thrown off, it takes us a few days or so to settle in, too.
A power outage can be stressful and inconvenient even under the best of circumstances. But what are dog parents to do during a power outage?
With Hurricane Harvey causing severe damage to the state of Texas, let's discuss some ways to prepare your dogs for severe weather, and how to keep them safe during a potential flooding situation.
While we often discuss tips on how to work with certain dog behavior issues, today I want to talk about how we view our dogs, and what we expect from them.
Interpreting a dog’s cry can be tough. When we’re talking about a whimper or whine, the canine “cry” can mean one of a million things.
Don't do that... It's weird. You’ve probably spotted your dog doing something weird once or twice. As long as she’s not hurting herself, you probably just let it go. But why do they that?
Many people assumed that dogs can eat just about anything and be perfectly fine. In reality, however, many dogs can have severe allergic reactions to food that other dogs can eat perfectly fine.
Bringing home a new puppy is exciting. Here are 5 mistakes to avoid when bringing home a new adopted puppy.
Dog separation anxiety is often unknowingly encouraged by dog owners. We make a big fuss when we leave or come home, and in doing so we reward the dog’s concern with our absence. Here are some tips to help prevent separation anxiety...