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Separation anxiety in dogs is when a dog cannot cope with its owner leaving the house and with having to be left to his own devices.

It’s important to prevent separation anxiety from occurring in dogs as it can lead to concerning behavior in your dog. If you feel your dog may be suffering from separation anxiety or you would like to prevent your dog from suffering from it, this article will be of interest to you.

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  January 7, 2012   No comments
Is Your Pet Overweight?

Is Your Pet Overweight?

Did you know that statistics claim that over fifty-percent of dogs in the U.S are overweight? It’s true. But sometimes it can be hard to tell if our pet is overweight or the perfect weight. For instance, some dog breeds have thick-set skeletal structures that can hide the excess pounds of fat. And it’s difficult […]

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  May 6, 2021   No comments
Spring Tick Season is Right Around the Corner

Spring Tick Season is Right Around the Corner

Ticks are an unfortunate consequence of the warm spring weather. Those creepy little bugs will get active soon, and unfortunately your pet is a choice target. Ticks have barbed legs that grasp clothing and pet fur easily; they hang out in shrubs and trees, tall grass, and wait with open arms for something to pass […]

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  May 5, 2021   No comments
Bite Inhibition Training

Bite Inhibition Training

Young puppies, fresh from the litterbox, are prone to bite, constantly. They have spent a few months exploring the world with their mouth, playing and exercising with siblings, and they arrive in our homes and believe in earnest that we want them to continue to bite and play with us. And those little puppy needle […]

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  May 5, 2021   No comments
Methods to Crate Train a Puppy

Methods to Crate Train a Puppy

One of the simplest ways to potty-train a puppy is to crate train. And, in addition to potty-training, crate training extremely helpful for a number of reasons. First, the puppy cannot damage anything within the home with they are crated; second, a crate-trained puppy will likely sleep better at night once they become adjusted to […]

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  February 19, 2021   No comments
Give Your Dog a Job

Give Your Dog a Job

All dogs and cats enjoy exercise. Some breeds require much more exercise than others, and to limit exercise is to increase the likelihood of behavioral problems. Consider a working breed such as a Siberian Husky; a husky kept inside without daily long walks or runs, without playtime, will likely become destructive or estranged. It’s become […]

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  February 19, 2021   No comments
Arthritis in Dogs and Cats

Arthritis in Dogs and Cats

Our animal’s bodies take a beating over the years. They run and jump and play for years, and all of that activity wears their little bodies down. As pet’s age, it’s common for many to feel the pains associated with arthritis; it’s even possible that they feel lingering pains in their limbs, making it difficult […]

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  February 19, 2021   No comments
Doggie Anxiety: Causes, and the Symptoms to Watch for…

Doggie Anxiety: Causes, and the Symptoms to Watch for…

It’s possible for your do to feel anxiety. Like their human companions, it’s normal, and even healthy, for a dog to experience anxiety. The symptoms of the behavior are often unpleasant, but with understanding and communication it’s oftentimes something that is easily resolved; every dog will experience anxiety in their life, although not every dog […]

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  October 27, 2020   No comments
Grooming: It isn’t Only for Good Looks

Grooming: It isn’t Only for Good Looks

It’s easy to overlook our pets daily/weekly grooming needs. We’re busy, and it isn’t very likely that our pest will let us know when they need to be brushed or bathed. And most times your pet’s coat probably looks shiny and healthy; in fact, unless he or she is muddy, your pet’s coat probably looks […]

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  October 27, 2020   No comments
Exercise

Exercise

Did you know that your dog needs a minimum of thirty minutes of exercise each and every day? It’s true. And it’s especially true of energetic dogs and breeds with higher-than-average levels of energy—labs, shorthairs, collies, etc. And there are obvious signs when your dog doesn’t get the activity he or she needs. First, he […]

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  August 20, 2020   No comments
Leash Training

Leash Training

It’s easy to see a dog as a contemporary, and to enjoy walks and playtime with him or her off the leash. But one practical aspect of dog ownership is leash training, and it’s very important for your health and for your dog’s, that they are guided by you down sidewalks, streets, and trails. Dogs […]

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  August 20, 2020   No comments