Have you ever considered there is a certain way you, as a pup parent, should behave when walking your furry child? Here’s a helpful list of do’s and don’ts to help you master dog-walking, prevent potential problems with other dogs and people you encounter on your walks, and make it an overall enjoyable experience for both you and your pup!
Just like humans, dogs have faults and behaviors that need correcting. And one of those common issues is aggression. In this final part to our special series, we hold a microscope to four additional classifications of aggression.
To better equip you with information and tools for how to rehabilitate an aggressive dog, in the second part of our three part series, we explore four additional types of aggression, the respective motives and recommended training approaches.
Aggression in dogs is a scary, yet complex behavioral pattern, but is common and treatable with an intensive training plan. By watching out for the signs early on and addressing them, aggression issues can be overcome.
You’ve probably heard about all the emotional benefits that come along with having a furry friend – joy, love, companionship, loyalty, compassion. But, what about the physical health benefits?
In celebration of First Aid Kit Awareness, we’ve put together a comprehensive list of items to include in your dog’s emergency medical kit.
It may be a gross topic, but let’s face it – if you’re a responsible dog owner, you’re picking up your dog’s poop multiple times a day. So, you might as well know what to look for to determine whether your dog’s poop is normal or problematic.
Learning your dog has heartworm can be awfully frightening. Fortunately, there are ways to prevent your dog from getting a heartworm infestation.
While the majority of pet costs (veterinary, food, grooming, or boarding bills) are not eligible for tax deductions, there are a few exceptions for qualified dog owners. We’ve broken out several IRS-approved dog expenses, which may be considered eligible tax deductions.
A wise person once said, “Never wake a sleeping puppy.” We agree for a multitude of reasons, and we’ve rounded up seven pups to show you so.
We all know smoking around others can be detrimental to even a non-smoker’s health, but what about smoking around your dog? Let’s examine the consequences of this common, yet dangerous habit on our furry friends.
Spring is in full swing, and if you haven’t already begun your Spring Cleaning, you’ve likely gotten the itch to start. When making your “laundry list” of cleaning “to do’s,” don’t forget to add pet care to your agenda.
The first thing you probably notice when you see a pug, boxer, or bulldog is that cute, wrinkly, smooshed-in face. But underneath those wrinkles is a medical condition to be aware of, which can negatively impact a dog’s quality of life.