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  • Many dogs, just like their owners, suffer from stress and anxiety. What can you do to calm an anxious dog or relieve stress triggers? Here are some helpful tips!

    How to Calm an Anxious or Stressed Dog

    How to Calm an Anxious or Stressed Dog

    by Cynthia Hoover0

  • 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 Farricelli119

  • Many dogs attack vacuums, but if you really want to know why, you'll need to see the world from your dog's perspective. Once you know why, it's much easier taking steps on stopping dogs from barking and attacking Mr. Hoover and Mr. Dyson.

    Why Does My Dog Attack My Vacuum?

    Why Does My Dog Attack My Vacuum?

    by Adrienne Farricelli13

  • Urine marking in dogs can be caused by a variety of factors. It's not just a trickle of urine; rather, it's a form of communication. Why are dogs urine marking and what are they trying to say?

    Understanding Dog Marking Behaviors

    Understanding Dog Marking Behaviors

    by Adrienne Farricelli26

  • Does your dog keep licking his lips or nose repeatedly? Does it look like he's just licking the air? There are several medical and behavioral causes for lip smacking—some benign and some serious.

    Why Does My Dog Keep Licking His Lips Excessively?

    Why Does My Dog Keep Licking His Lips Excessively?

    by Adrienne Farricelli62

  • 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

  • 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 Farricelli62

  • If your dog pees on your car's tires, you are likely frustrated by this behavior and may be wondering what it is all about. Learn why car tires attract dogs so much and what steps you can take to stop it.

    Why Does My Dog Pee on My Car's Tires?

    Why Does My Dog Pee on My Car's Tires?

    by Adrienne Farricelli4

  • Owners of aggressive dogs may wonder if tooth extraction may be a form of treatment or even a solution for aggressive behavior. This article will discuss some frequently asks questions about the procedure.

    Removing Teeth in Aggressive Dogs: Solution or Band-Aid?

    Removing Teeth in Aggressive Dogs: Solution or Band-Aid?

    by Adrienne Farricelli26

  • Dogs pee on their beds for various reasons, and no, in most cases, they're not doing so out of spite of revenge. To get to the source of the problem, grab your investigative hat and let's go through a journey of possibilities.

    Why Does My Dog Pee on My Bed?

    Why Does My Dog Pee on My Bed?

    by Adrienne Farricelli6

  • Whale eyes in dogs is a term used to depict when dogs show the whites of their eyes. Dogs are masters in body language and use their bodies to communicate. It is up to us dog owners to decipher what they are saying by learning a little bit more about the messages they try to convey.

    Whale Eye in Dogs: Why Dogs Show the White of Their Eyes

    Whale Eye in Dogs: Why Dogs Show the White of Their Eyes

    by Adrienne Farricelli9

  • Looking for ways to calm your dog during fireworks? You've come to the right place. These tips were created with dogs fearful of fireworks in mind and several come from the experts in the field.

    12 Ways to Calm Dogs During Fireworks

    12 Ways to Calm Dogs During Fireworks

    by Adrienne Farricelli10

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