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  • A dog killing a cat is surely something unpleasant to witness and a very unfortunate occurrence. Understanding what may have happened can be helpful, but often instinct takes over.

    Why Did My Dog Kill My Cat?

    Why Did My Dog Kill My Cat?

    by Adrienne Farricelli117

  • A dog barking in a hotel room can be a big problem that can cost you your hotel stay. Management may ask you to leave if your dog is disruptive to other guests. Fortunately, there are several ways to stop or significantly reduce your dog's barking.

    How to Stop Your Dog From Barking in a Hotel Room

    How to Stop Your Dog From Barking in a Hotel Room

    by Adrienne Farricelli1

  • Is your dog's third eyelid showing? Learn the main functions of the dog's nictitating membrane and some common and not-so-common causes of the dog's third eyelid protrusion.

    Why Is My Dog's Third Eyelid Showing?

    Why Is My Dog's Third Eyelid Showing?

    by Adrienne Farricelli51

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  • Holidays can be a stressful time, and this can be especially true for dogs. Disruption to their routines, extra guests and unusual objects in the home can all lead to anxiety and behavioural changes. Understanding what causes stress can help you to manage your dog's behaviour.

    10 Reasons Dogs Get Stressed During the Holidays

    10 Reasons Dogs Get Stressed During the Holidays

    by Sophie Jackson0

  • Which dog breeds bark the loudest is something dog lovers may wonder about out of pure curiosity or as part of research before opening their homes to a new companion. If a loud bark is one of your main criteria for selecting a dog, it's important to keep in mind several important considerations.

    Which Dog Breeds Bark the Loudest?

    Which Dog Breeds Bark the Loudest?

    by Adrienne Farricelli4

  • It's very important to know how to help a dog recover from a dog attack so that you can heal those emotional scars that may insidiously set in and affect your dog's future social interactions. Learn several ways to help your dog heal.

    How to Help a Dog Recover From a Dog Attack

    How to Help a Dog Recover From a Dog Attack

    by Adrienne Farricelli22

  • Potty training a puppy or dog in the winter when it's cold outside can be quite a challenge. Your dog doesn't want to be in the cold and you certainly don't want to either. Fortunately, there are strategies to expedite the process, and if worst comes to worst, you can always use some handy tools.

    Help! My Dog Won't Potty When It's Cold Outside

    Help! My Dog Won't Potty When It's Cold Outside

    by Adrienne Farricelli5

  • If your dog is constantly licking their feet, there may be an underlying health issue. Learn the causes and treatments to help give your pup relief and prevent them from licking their paws raw.

    9 Reasons Why Your Dog Keeps Licking Their Paws

    9 Reasons Why Your Dog Keeps Licking Their Paws

    by Adrienne Farricelli81

  • To prevent a dog from attacking you, it's important to take some steps to stop a situation from becoming worse. There are many behaviors we may instinctively perform that can put us in very vulnerable positions when we encounter unfamiliar dogs that may potentially bite.

    How to Stop a Dog From Attacking You

    How to Stop a Dog From Attacking You

    by Adrienne Farricelli6

  • It is not uncommon for two dogs to fight over an owner's attention. What causes this type of issue, and how can it be solved? Learn more about dogs fighting over owners.

    Dealing With Two Dogs Fighting Over the Owner

    Dealing With Two Dogs Fighting Over the Owner

    by Adrienne Farricelli14

  • A dog that may bite when taking something away is a dangerous situation, especially when the biting causes damage. This is certainly something that requires intervention because if left untreated, the behavior tends to get worse rather than better.

    How to Stop a Dog From Biting When Taking Something Away

    How to Stop a Dog From Biting When Taking Something Away

    by Adrienne Farricelli1

  • Have you ever wondered if your dog loves you? The bond of the owner with the dog explains a lot behind dog behavior. If you find that some of these don't apply, don't worry! Tips are provided to give your pet the best possible life (and become the person your dog loves).

    12 Signs Your Dog Loves You and How to Be the Person Your Dog Loves

    12 Signs Your Dog Loves You and How to Be the Person Your Dog Loves

    by James Livingood0

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