Puppy play can get pretty rough at times, and sometimes owners even describe puppy play as aggressive. So is rough or aggressive play normal? Let's take a deeper look at common canine behavior.
To stop a dog from biting his or her tail, you will first have the determine the underlying cause of the behavior so that it can be addressed accordingly.
Dogs see color differently than humans. Read on to learn what colors they do see and how smart trainers can use that knowledge to their advantage.
If your dogs are fighting instead of just playing, you need to figure out the trigger that is causing the aggression and implement methods to help them get along.
Bullies are often cited as the clowns of the dog world. However, responsible owners recognize that the breed requires a degree of training to ensure acceptable social behavior outside of the home.
Understand why your dog barks and what he trying to tell you. Knowing why dogs bark is important to the relationship we have with our K9 companions. Common barking styles get defined, along with visual aid definitions to understanding dog body language.
There are several techniques you can use to help stop your dog from biting the leash, but it's important to understand why your dog is leash biting in the first place. Here are some strategies you can use to stop this behavior.
The cliche' is not uncommon: two dogs fighting over the owner's attention. What causes this type of issue, and best of all, how can it be solved? Learn more about dogs fighting over owner.
There are many causes for panting in dogs. Dogs don't just pant when they are hot or after exercising, so it's important to understand why they are panting, what it means, and several potential underlying causes.
If your dog is constantly licking his feet, there may be an underlying health issue. Learn the causes and treatments to help give your pup relief and prevent him from licking his paws raw.
Living with an aggressive dog can be very difficult, but there are ways to manage your dog's aggression.
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.
If your dog whines, barks, or pees on the carpet when you leave, he or she may be suffering from separation anxiety.