How To Give Your Dog a Pill

If you’ve recently taken your dog to the vet and were given medication to treat an illness or ailment, chances are good that the medication came in the form of a pill. But suppose your dog hates being given a pill because of the taste or for other reasons. If you have an intransigent and […]

Safer Trips with a Dog Car Seat

A dog car seat can make car rides safer for both you and your dog by confining your pet to a safe space, keeping it off your lap and avoiding danger in case of an accident. Dogs can be an problematic distraction when you’re driving. Dogs who aren’t well-behaved can distract you by barking out […]

Raising Dogs and Cats in the Same House

Dogs and cats are not sworn enemies. They often live together in the same house without problems. If you are raising both dogs and cats in the same house, there are some rules that should be followed so the animals can coexist in peace. If you adopt a cat and dog at the same time […]

How Often Do I Need To Walk My Dog

Do you walk your dog once a day, twice a day, or sometimes more? How often do you need to walk your dog? A dog needs to be walked regularly, both for exercise and for potty breaks. Walking your dog is also important for both its physical and mental health. There is no concrete answer […]

Jack Russell Terrier Training Tips

Jack Russell terrier training is essential, especially if you adopt a Jack Russell when it’s a puppy. Like most terriers, Jack Russells were bred to hunt and kill rodents and they have a lot of energy. Because of that energy, they require a lot of exercise, training and mental stimulation to live peacefully in a […]

Training Dogs to Obey

Training a dog to obey can be fun or frustrating, depending on how you go about it. Probably the most effective and important thing you can do during training is to be consistent in your actions and words so your dog knows what to expect each time it obeys your commands. Training for an adult […]

Hip Dysplasia in Shih Tzus

Hip Dysplasia in Shih Tzus is not as common as it is in larger breed dogs. However, the sad fact is that all sizes of dogs and many breeds are susceptible to this debilitating disease. Shih Tzus Shih Tzus are lively and energetic little companions, but are low-keyed and easily satisfied. They like nothing better […]

Animal Shelter Adoptions

There are some important questions you need to ask about the health of any dog you’re considering adopting from an animal shelter. Most dogs available for people to adopt from city or county operated animal shelters are mentally stable and physically healthy. Unfortunately, some dogs being offered for animal shelter adoptions have been abused or […]

Sudden Aggression in Dogs

Aggressive dog behavior may take the form of growling, snarling, snapping, biting or lunging at people. It’s very important to determine what is causing the sudden aggression in a dog. Aggression in dogs can be caused by behavioral issues, medical conditions or both. If a dog suddenly begins to display signs of aggression or hostility, […]

Dominant Dogs

Dominant dog behavior usually develops over a period of time. Dominant dogs will often growl or bark at their owners when the dog’s demands aren’t being met. If there are two or more dogs living in the same household, the dominant dog will be considered by the other dogs as the alpha dog, or leader […]

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