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  • Knowing how to introduce a new puppy to an older dog is important considering that resident dogs may not be too enthusiastic about sharing their household with another dog, especially a puppy with little manners. The process takes some time, but there are strategies to make the process smoother.

    How to Introduce a New Puppy to an Older Dog

    How to Introduce a New Puppy to an Older Dog

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli0

  • Should you allow your dog on the bed? Read on to learn about the diseases you may get from allowing your dog to sleep in the bed. We'll also talk about the interesting benefits of sharing the bed with your dog as well as behavior issues that may arise from the situation.

    Should Dogs Be Allowed on the Bed? All You Need to Know

    Should Dogs Be Allowed on the Bed? All You Need to Know

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli11

  • 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 Janet Farricelli32

  • The signs of healthy, normal play in dogs are the result of good socialization and the dog's ability to communicate amicable intentions. Good dog play involves dogs who are having fun and look forward to the interaction. Learn how dogs use signals to emphasize their intent to do no harm.

    Signs of Healthy, Normal Play in Dogs

    Signs of Healthy, Normal Play in Dogs

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli2

  • 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 Janet Farricelli86

  • Some dogs develop a hyper-attachment to one owner. They get stressed when that particular person leaves, and nothing seems to help. Here are tips to help these dogs relax.

    Helping Dogs Who Are Too Attached to Their Owners

    Helping Dogs Who Are Too Attached to Their Owners

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli28

  • It's enough to drive a sane man crazy. The incessant, never-ending barking and yapping of the neighbor's dog can spoil the peaceful enjoyment of your home and make you want to retaliate. But wait! When the neighbor's dog won't stop barking, take a breath, then take some action.

    How to Get a Neighbor's Dog to Stop Barking

    How to Get a Neighbor's Dog to Stop Barking

    by Viola Horne0

  • Introducing a new dog to your current dog requires the implementation of some basic tips to heighten the chances for success. Caution is always needed to prevent squabbles which may deteriorate into serious fights.

    How to Successfully Introduce a New Dog to Your Current Dog

    How to Successfully Introduce a New Dog to Your Current Dog

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli9

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  • If your heeler puppy won't stop biting, rest assured, you are not alone. These puppies have a reputation for being quite a handful in the biting department due to their ancestry. Teaching a heeler puppy to stop biting requires patience and determination.

    How to Stop a Cattle Dog Puppy (Heeler) From Biting

    How to Stop a Cattle Dog Puppy (Heeler) From Biting

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli2

  • How to stop a dog from eating shoes requires putting ourselves in our dogs' shoes (pun intended). Discover why dogs are so attracted to shoes and what you can do to prevent and treat this problem before your shoes and slippers are destroyed irremediably.

    How to Stop a Dog From Eating Shoes and Slippers!

    How to Stop a Dog From Eating Shoes and Slippers!

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli1

  • 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 Janet Farricelli2

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