What are dog extinction bursts and how can you use them to your advantage when training your dog or modifying behaviors? Here are the important rules to follow.
Discover some pretty common reasons why your female dog is humping. You will also find simple techniques for stopping humping behavior in your dog.
If you own a puppy that sneaks away to pee or poop, you may be wondering what is causing this behavior.
Successful dog behavior modification requires the correct implementation of techniques. Familiarizing yourself with dog behavior modification techniques and terms will turn out helpful.
Why are your dog's eyes darting back and forth? What causes nystagmus in dogs along with the scary accompanying symptoms? Discover some possible causes.
Living with an aggressive dog can be very difficult, but there are ways to manage your dog's aggression.
Does your dog like to play keep away? Well, it's not his fault; you likely unknowingly taught him to. Here are some reasons why I am not fond of this game as well as alternative games to play.
Ever noticed your dog sitting with his legs kicked to one side or his knees flopping outwards? Maybe he rolls onto one hip like he is about to lay down. That is the 'lazy', 'sloppy' or puppy sit, and it is something every dog owner should be aware of because it could mean your dog is in pain.
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.
One of the most important approaches when dealing with sudden fearful or aggressive behaviors in dogs is ruling out medical conditions.
Why does my dog do that? Understanding the natural roots of dog behavior is key to getting acquainted with your four-legged friend and getting a helpful grip on canine psychology.
Learn how to help your fearful dog cope with men coming into your home. Understand effective techniques to change your dog's emotional state and perception of men.
There are many dogs fearful of men, and helping these dogs cope with their fear can be challenging. This is a game I found helpful for dogs with this type of anxiety.
Why does she stare into my eyes? Dogs evolved with humans. Why do they make eye contact with people when so many other species of animals do not?
Is your dog accepting of your friend's petting and then upset the next? Learn possible explanations for your dog's unpredictable behaviors.
These are the five steps you should take if your dog bites someone. Protect your dog's life—if you do not, you may lose her.
Submissive urination is common in dogs, especially puppies. Boosting your pup's confidence is a great way to reduce the problem.
If mother dog greets you with a full display of pearly whites after giving birth, you're likely dealing with maternal aggression. Learn why it happens and how to deal with it.
There is a special ''grace period'' in a puppy's development during which it must be socialized and exposed to a variety of people and places so that it does not become fearful as an adult.
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.
Are your two female dogs not getting along and fighting? Learn what may be triggering such fights and how to deal with the problem.
Is your dog afraid of hats in general and people wearing hats? You are not alone! Many dogs are fearful of hats, but you can help them through powerful associations.
Learn what behaviors are expected when you own an intact male dog. Many behaviors are linked to hormones.
Your dog, who has always loved to go on walks, is suddenly terrified of going outside. What gives? Here are some ideas and tips for dogs who are suddenly scared to go on walks.
Why do Great Pyrenees like to bark? This behavior is one of the most common reasons these beautiful dogs are relinquished to shelters. Learn some methods to reduce this behavior.
What important developments take place when puppies are seven weeks old? Understand the various changes in their minds and bodies to become a well-informed puppy owner.
What signs indicate a dog's quality of life? Owners who are questioning when a dog should be put down will often hear veterinarians discuss quality of life. Quality of life is all about making the pet comfortable.
Looking for a way to relax anxious dogs? Learn some calming tools, behavior modification plans, and techniques to help your anxious dog feel better.
Is your newly rescued or adopted dog scared of his new home? Learn why the first days may be scary to your dog and how to help him.
Do dogs really smile? Learn the truth behind dog smiling and the comparison between humans and dogs smiling. What makes dogs smile and how can a dog be trained to smile on cue?
Dealing with dog coprophagia isn't easy. There are several supposed remedies that often do not work. Management is key, but you can try the treasure hunt game: the "leave it" command with a special twist.
Does your dog go on a food strike when you leave him home alone? Does he also fail to drink? This article will reveal what may be going on.
If we learn to “read” dog body language and behaviors, we will begin to discover what our dogs are saying to us and answer the question . . . what is my dog really trying to tell me?
Does your dog eat rocks or sticks? Here is why they do it and learn what you can do to help them stop this behavior.
If you saw a dog with weepy eyes, you may have wondered whether dogs can cry tears like humans do. Yes, dogs can cry tears, but interestingly, they're not emotional tears.
So you own a dog who is very picky about where he poops? Learn why your dog may be so picky about his toilet habits and what you can do about it.
If you're learning the ropes for becoming a dog-behavior professional, you may want to learn how functional analysis can help your case studies. Functional analysis for dog behavior is important.
How can dogs know that you're pregnant (sometimes even before you do)? This article explains the theories behind this phenomenon as well as some signs that observant friends and family may pick up on.
We are often told that fear inhibits learning in dogs and that their cognitive functions can shut down, but how true is this theory? This is a question worth pondering.
What is a fixed action pattern and how and why does it happen? Learn a few examples of fixed action patterns in dogs and other species.
A dog that barks when left alone is not only a problem requiring attention but also a potential noise issue or nuisance for neighbors. This may lead them to call animal control.
What's dog foraging behavior and what causes dogs to hunt for food all day? Learn more about these behaviors and how to help your dog feel more mentally stimulated.
Stop a dog from pulling on the leash. These methods will help you walk your dog in fashion rather than being dragged along the street.
Dog aggression towards intact, unneutered male dogs is not at all unusual. But how does your dog know if another dog has been neutered or not? What is triggering this form of reactive behavior?
If you play rough with your dog, you may have been told it will lead to biting. But does wrestling reallylead to aggression?
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.
Are your dog's arousal levels getting a bit too high? Are your dealing with dog arousal biting, or worse, do you see the first signs of arousal causing aggression. If so, you need to intervene fast!
Is your dog growling and biting when you try to pick him up? Learn why dogs may behave this way and what to avoid to prevent things from getting worse. Here are some force-free tips to curb this problem.
While many breeds cause destruction in the home, Huskies are particularly known for the damage they are capable of doing. Nothing seems beyond their ability to chew and destroy. This article will break down some of their common tendencies and provide tips on how to limit their damage to your home.
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.
Is your dog having accidents in the home after moving? You are not alone! Countless dogs are stressed by recent moves and they may have trouble adjusting to a new environment. Learn some effective strategies to get things back to norm.
Extensive research on the topic of wolf hierarchy was conducted by the American biologist David Mech. Learn how he revolutionized the way dogs are treated today.
Dogs dig. It's just what they do. But, a little training with the dog and the owner and this annoying behavior can be controlled and eventually eliminated.
Dogs see color differently than humans. Read on to learn what colors they see and how smart trainers can use that knowledge to their advantage.
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.
At times, dogs behave in odd ways. If your dog is obsessively licking other dogs, you may wonder what's going on. Read on to find out some explanations.
There are many misconceptions about how dogs feel pain which are potentially harmful to dogs. Learn more about dog pain perception and stress-induced analgesia.
Owners of aggressive dogs may wonder if tooth extraction may be a form of treatment for dog aggression. Answers and thoughts on what may appear like an all too easy solution.
Determining whether two dogs are playing or fighting may be quite challenging, especially for novice dog owners. Read on to learn how to distinguish between these two behaviors.
Have you heard your dog howling at night? You may be curious to know why. Read this article to find out why stray and pet dogs howl like wolves!
This article will cover how to correctly approach a barking dog. Sometimes it's hard to tell if it's an aggressive dog barking at you or maybe just a dog trying to get your attention in order to say hello. With the information in this guide, you'll be able to tell the difference and know what to do.
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.
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?
Do dogs have the characteristics of their astrological sign? You bet they do. A Gemini Dog can have dual personalities and a Scorpio dog can hold a grudge.
If your dog is scared to go outside to go potty, this can be unhealthy as your dog may be holding it for long periods of times. The following are some tips for dogs scared to go outside to potty.
This article discusses the warning signs of aggression in dogs that should not be ignored. The possible causes of these behaviors are also covered.
Why is my dog scared of going outside? There may be several reasons. Here are several exercises to help your dog overcome fear and enjoy the yard again.
Do you own a resource guarder? Is your dog possessive over toys, bones, or food? Learn effective behavior modification programs.
If your dog is pawing at you all the time, the behavior can get quickly "out of hand," especially if you inadvertently reinforce it. Here are some tips to help you out.
Is my dog marking or urinating? Why is my dog urinating in my home? Learn how to recognize potential differences between physiological urination and marking with a purpose.
We are often told that dogs den animals but are they or not? Let's debunk some common myths and unravel some intriguing facts on the subject. This article should give a better insight on a dog's "denning" instinct.
What's the orienting reflex in dogs, and how can you use it to your advantage? Learn the dynamics behind this interesting phenomenon and why you want to give COR training a try.
Learn what may be causing this curious behavior and how to put a stop to it if needed. Carrying toys while whining may be caused by a variety of factors.
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.
Are you puzzled because your spayed dog is suddenly attracting males? The puzzle can sometimes be solved by checking your environment and scheduling a vet visit.
Does your small dog pick fights with dogs five times his size? If so, you may be wondering what floats his boat. Following are several potential reasons.
What are calming signals in dogs, and when are they displayed? Crack the code to understanding and speaking "doggish" once and for all!
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 engaging in this behavior the first place. Here are some strategies you can use to stop this behavior.
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.
Did you know dogs use muzzle grabs to communicate with other dogs? Muzzle grabs can occur in a number of different scenarios. Learn why we shouldn't grab our dogs' snouts to correct their behavior.
Old dogs may suffer from separation anxiety, but the cause may be totally different from anxiety experienced by younger dogs. A medical check-up is necessary to rule out these causes.
Should dogs be prescribed drugs for behavioral problems? Are behavioral problems a result of brain chemistry? How does the dog's brain work? Interesting explanations and thoughts on this touchy subject.
Jealousy is one of the strongest dog emotions, and when your dog feels it, she may do all sorts of funny things. Here are tips to deal with the emotion if it becomes a problem in your house.
There are different types of dog barking that can mean different things. Not all dog barking is created equal. Are you listening to what Rover is saying?
Is your dog the classical "bully" who bullies other dogs at the dog park? Does your dog push other dogs out of his way? Learn how to stop your dog from bullying other dogs.
If your dog keeps smacking his lips, most likely he's not doing it as a form of entertainment. Learn more about some possible causes for lip-smacking in dogs.
Why do dogs whine and what can you do about it? Following are several reasons behind dog whining behaviors and several solutions to this common problem.
Understand why your dog barks and what he's trying to tell you. Knowing why dogs bark is important to the relationship we have with our K9 companions. See definitions of common barking styles, along with a visual aid for interpreting dog body language.
We love our dogs so much—but do they love us back in the same way? Recent scientific evidence says yes.
Flooding is a full immersion training technique applied both in humans and animal psychology. It consists of forcefully exposing the dog to the stimuli that triggers its fear and caused the original trauma.
It appears that, at times, dogs are in conflict with approaching or avoiding a situation. We can't blame them. The world often offers ambivalent stimuli.
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.
Start to understand the facts about pit bulls. It may just give some insight into their behavior. This article will break down the stigma associated with pit bulls, how it came to be, and why it unfairly paints a negative portrait of this lovable breed.
Separation anxiety in dogs is not an easy problem to deal with, but it can often be managed with a few modifications. Learn what they are and what you can do to help your dog.
Is your dog protective of the couch? Whether this protectiveness is manifested towards dogs or people, the issue is quite common among canines. Learn what may cause it and how to curb it.
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.
You may have heard about dog dominance by reading about it or in a dog-related television show, but what is it? What do the experts in the field say about it? Learn all about dog dominance theory.
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.
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.
For some dogs, fears, phobias and anxieties can be life affecting, here we will talk about the causes and some strategies to help the anxious dog.
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.
If your heeler puppy won't stop biting, rest assured, you are not alone. Due to their ancestry, these puppies have a reputation for being quite a handful in the biting department. Teaching a heeler puppy to stop biting requires patience and determination.
Does distance affect dogs? Learn how dogs communicate their desire for increasing or decreasing distance and how this affects their behavior.
Does your dog pull to go back home? Many shelter dogs seem to feel very insecure outside and will pull with all their might to go back home. Here are some tips to help these stressed dogs.
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.
Understanding the canine fight or flight response is important if you'd like to learn more about your dog's behavior. Learn how the fight or flight response is important when changing your dog's behavior.
How dogs show love may be missed by owners sometimes, but if you pay close attention, you can see the many ways dogs say "I love you". Here are 5 scientifically studied ways dogs show their love.
Anyone who has a dog knows that sometimes, they can get freaked out. Let's shed some light on the things that might terrify your furry friend.
Even if you are in a remote area, you can train your dog not to chase sheep; it can be simple and does not involve cruel training methods.
An easy way to permanently stop your dog from using the restroom over and over in his favorite spot inside the house, and go outside instead.
Female dogs especially those intact, may exhibit distinct behaviors that are typical of their sex. Most behavior changes are particularly relevant during the dog's heat (estrus) and if feasible, during the dog's pregnancy and nursing times. Spayed...
Can aggressive dogs be truthfully fixed once and for all? Learn why you should stay away from trainers making promising statements and guarantees.
Dogs who are kept at home and not taken out into the world often develop irrational fears. These fears can overwhelm them, cause fear aggressions and become life debilitating. Here's how to socialize your dog to minimize fear and create a confident, happy canine companion!
Did you know that dogs use a special form of communication to communicate their desire to play and intent to do no harm? Let's take a closer look at how they implement it.
What causes a dog to act fearful of the sky? We can only make some assumptions. How do I stop a dog from acting fearful of the sky?
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.
Being able to get on with other dogs is an essential skill for your dog. Not only will it make your dog happier, but he will be calmer and more biddable too.
Here are some signs of jealousy in dogs and cats, along with tips to help your pet change this behavior.
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.
If your dog is large and looks fierce, you may want to prove that she is not dangerous before anything happens. Here are some steps you can take to protect her.
Are you dealing with puppy submissive urination? If so, you will need to implement some changes in the way you interact and train your puppy. Learn why puppies urinate submissively and how to prevent accidents from happening.
Here are some basic tips to help you understand and possibly curb dog aggression. This advice should be taken in conjunction with seeking out a professional dog trainer.
What are fear periods in dogs and when do they take place? Learn how to cope with them and help your dog overcome them.
What makes your dog angry when he is on a leash and fine when he is off it? Learn how your dog can develop coping skills and why seeing a professional is the best option.
Is your dog sleeping excessively, not playing, and no longer interested in walks? This article will provide you with ten methods to cheer your dog up.
What makes a dog food-aggressive? You are most likely doing something that makes your pooch perceive you as a threat. Learn how to remedy the problem.
Why do dogs bark for no good reason? Truth is, it's very likely there is a reason but humans cannot detect it. Learn which stimuli may trigger unexplained barking in your dog.
Mail carriers, those who leisurely stroll around a neighborhood, or people jogging through a park are vulnerable to unprovoked dog bites. This article offers tips to keep yourself safe.
When a dog is stressed, his fight/flight response is activated by the amygdala. Retraining the amygdala through exposure therapy breaks the stimulus response association with fight or flight so your dog can better cope.
What signs suggest you own a fearful dog? How can you tell if your dog is getting uncomfortable and a bit stressed? Knowing these subtle and less-subtle signs will make you a more knowledgeable owner and prevent you from putting your dog in situations he may not be comfortable with.
Dogs may shiver for a variety of reasons, but it is important to find out the underlying cause of shivering in the first place. It may be caused by physical problems in some dogs, so professional medical advice is often recommended.
Here are 8 signs that your dog is fearful. As an owner, you must be aware of these signs so you can help your dog become more comfortable and confident.
Your dog's sleeping position can provide you with interesting information such as the temperature of your home, how tired they are, and how they're feeling emotionally. Are you listening?
Barking can be troublesome if the dog wakes you up every morning to be fed! Barking in the morning for the purpose of waking up the owners and eliciting them to start their day early is a form of nuisance barking.
Howling, chewing, and inappropriate urination are just a few of the warning signs of separation anxiety. Dr. Alinovi discusses symptoms, treatment and diagnosis of canine separation anxiety.
What are dog displacement behaviors and when do they pop up? Learn why it's important to be aware of these sometimes odd, out-of-context behaviors in dogs.
Do dogs like hugs? Most likely they do not, especially when they come from a stranger. Learn signs of stress dogs give upon being hugged and why you should never hug a dog you do not know.
Learn about the dog nature and nurture debate, and discover if your dog's behavior is a result of genetics or learned behaviors. Understand why these concepts are ultimately intertwined.
Dogs are loyal, faithful companions, but they have different behavior patterns when it comes to procreation. Learn if dogs are monogamous, if they ever mate for life, and why these behaviors exist.
Is your dog barking and whining excessively? There are chances you are unknowingly rewarding such behavior by giving attention. Learn some strategies to reduce such behaviors.
Does your dog often escape from its crate? Every time he does, he may endanger himself to a variety of perils. Learn what causes dogs to escape from their crates and how to solve the problem.
Dogs may, at times, interfere when it comes to hugging or kissing our significant others. Are they jealous? Curious? Protective? Learn what may be going on in your dog's mind.
Are dogs hunters or scavengers? Canis lupus familiaris, in other words, the domestic dog, has surely changed his habits after his encounter with humans.
Dirt eating among humans, dogs and other mammals occurs frequently across the globe. Is it a sign of mental or physical illness or is it an adaptive behavior that solves a physical need?
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.
Is your dog aggressive towards other dogs? Does your dog tense up, lunge, or bark madly at another dog? Dog to dog aggression is a common problem. Here, we consider why it occurs and how to stop it.
What's a conditioned emotional response (CER) and how can it help you in dog training and behavior modification? Let's go over the science behind it and how to generate a CER.
Six easy tips to help your puppy sleep through the night, and even more information on what to do if an adult dog refuses to sleep.
In this article, you will learn some common reasons why dogs may growl and how they use growling to avoid certain situations.
The Cane Corso is not harder to handle than other breeds. Learn what you need to do to prevent aggression with this great breed of dog.
What are some signs a dog is about to bite? Learn when not to pet dogs, how to avoid putting yourself at risk, and the warning signs of an impending dog bite.
Here are some reasons why your senior dog may be scared of going outdoors and what you can do to help him or her.
What is opposition reflex in dogs and how does it affect your walks? Learn some effective strategies to override this reflex.
Learn why your dog goes into ''protective mode'' when he encounters strangers on walks. Understand how to reduce this behavior and make life easier on both you and your pup.
Why do dogs bark at ghosts? Is there a difference between "normal" and ghost barking? Only read this if you are not able to explain your dog's late night barking!
If you're wondering if litters of puppies can have more than one dad, it's probably because you noticed the litter mates look very different. Can dogs have litters from multiple fathers? Here's a sneak peek into your dog's private affairs.
What is a puppy license and for how long is it granted to puppies? Learn what a puppy may get away with and why some dogs are not very accepting of rowdy puppies.
What are some medical causes for dog aggression? Often, what looks like aggression is simply a dog in pain whose threshold for aggression has lowered.
Is your dog humping other dogs unexpectedly? Read on to find out why this is happening and what you can do about it.
Your dog did it again: He lifted his leg and urinated all over your guest's pants and shoes. If you're looking for effective solutions to stop this behavior once and for all, you've come to the right place.
When a dog starts resource guarding territory, it is challenging to know where the designated space begins and where it ends. This behavior can be triggered by a number of factors.
What is dog desensitization and how do you start the process? How does your dog become sensitized to a stimulus and how do you undo it? This guide is helpful for dog owners interested in learning about the science behind changing dog behavior.
Is it normal for puppies to twitch in their sleep, and what causes it? Learn more about puppy-twitching behavior during sleep and what some experts have to say.
Humans are not the only ones who fall victim to the cumulative effects of stress; dogs do too! Trigger stacking in dogs may have deleterious effects that can pile up and cause bouts of aggression.
Of all the potential behavior problems in dogs, separation anxiety can be the hardest to fix. Read along to discover powerful techniques which will help you cure your dog's separation anxiety.
Nipping is your puppy's way of enticing you to play with him, but it could also be his way of telling you he doesn't like to be touched. Here are some force-free games for curbing nipping in puppies.
This article focuses on how dogs mark their territories, why they mark their territories, and what you can do about it when they do.
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.
Does your dog follow you everywhere from room to room? What can you do to stop the overly clingy behavior? Here are some strategies to help increase independence and confidence in your dog.
Learn how dogs evolved from wolves. Theories of how dogs were domesticated and what behaviors wolves and dogs have in common.
Ever wondered why bull terriers and other dogs ghost walk or trance? While the behavior is still under scrutiny, it seems to be overall an odd, albeit innocent behavior triggered by tactile stimuli.
Learn why rehoming an aggressive dog can be downright wrong. So, what to do with an aggressive dog? There are some options, but there is little left to do when a dog has a bite history.
Sometimes dogs limp after they've been lying down for some time. Can a dog's leg fall asleep? What causes limping after lying down? A guide to possibilities and when you should see the vet.
Does it seem like your dog ignores you and only pays attention to the man of the house? Find out what could be happening and how to fix it.
If your dog is hyper, you may be wondering what strategies you should use to calm him down. There are several tricks of the trade, but first of all, is your dog really hyperactive?
Why is your dog biting your hands when you grab the collar or snap on his leash? Chances are he suffers from collar sensitivity. Learn how to solve the problem with some force-free, positive techniques.
Dogs show a wide range of behaviors, and for you to interact and relate well to your dog, you need to have a solid understanding of these behaviors. Discover 30+ common dog behaviors and what they mean.
Does your dog bark when somebody enters the room? Sometimes newly rescued dogs may take some time to get used to new family members. Here's a brief guide on how to help them out.
We are sometimes told not to pet, cuddle, or comfort a fearful dog because doing so may reinforce your dog's fear . . . but experts disagree. Learn whether or not you can reinforce your dog's fear.
Puppies may be cute and irresistible, but they can be overly-hyper at times. This article contains several techniques to calm your puppy. The same techniques can be applied to your spunky adult dog, as well.
What is predatory drift in dogs, and why does it happen? Most of all, what steps can you take to prevent it from happening?
Why do so many dogs hate the mailman? Learn what's really behind your dog's tendency to go ballistic at this sight of the mailman, FedEx or UPS guy and some strategies to reduce the problem.
Your dog has always been an avid eater—he has always gulped down his meal in seconds. Yet, a day comes where he categorically refuses his food. What should you do?
What causes old dog behavior changes and how do you help your old dog cope with them. There are many causes for behavior changes in your old dog and several need the vet's attention.
Dogs eat poop for a variety of reasons including boredom, stress, or nutritional imbalance. In this article we describe why dogs do this and how you can stop this poop-eating behavior.
Do you have a dog who loves to lick faces, hands, and feet? You are not alone! This article will explain why dogs lick and how to reduce this behavior.
Why does my dog jump up on people, pull on the lead, or do just about anything really. Let Caroline answer this often pondered dog psychology question.
Is your puppy peeing right after you take him outside? There are several things going on in this case, this article offers some troubleshooting tips for potty training your puppy.