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  • If your dog is aggressive when woken up, you are right to be concerned. Your dog may act out of character when startled from a deep sleep even if during the day he is the sweetest dog. The aggression may lead to bites, and you may be put in a potentially dangerous situation.

    Help, My Dog Is Aggressive When Woken Up

    Help, My Dog Is Aggressive When Woken Up

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli1

  • Canine PTSD (C-PTSD) is a syndrome that may affect both military work dogs and dogs abused by previous owners. Previously abused dogs can be very hard to handle, and a prospective owner should be aware of the disorder.

    Canine Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder or C-PTSD in Dogs

    Canine Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder or C-PTSD in Dogs

    by David A Cohen5

  • Are your two female dogs not getting along and fighting? Learn what may be triggering such fights and how to deal with the problem.

    Why Are My Female Dogs Fighting?

    Why Are My Female Dogs Fighting?

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli33

  • Preventing resource guarding in puppies is a fundamental process that is often overlooked. There are countless puppy owners looking for ways to stop puppies from resource guarding and countless resources on how to do just that, but there's little literature covering prevention.

    Exercises for Preventing Resource Guarding in Puppies

    Exercises for Preventing Resource Guarding in Puppies

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli1

  • Some dogs eat socks: we all know this. But if your dog ate a sock, it could be a real problem. Many sock-eating dogs land on the surgery table. Here's a brief guide on what to do to prevent this behavior.

    Why Does My Dog Eat Socks and What Can I Do About It?

    Why Does My Dog Eat Socks and What Can I Do About It?

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli20

  • 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 Janet Farricelli22

  • Learn what submissive behaviors your dog might be showing and tips on how to stop this problem by building up his confidence. Stop this behavior before it turns into fear biting.

    How to Help a Submissive Dog Build Confidence

    How to Help a Submissive Dog Build Confidence

    by Dr Mark13

  • 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 Janet 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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