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Five tips to stop puppies from biting

 by bora on 31 Aug 2020 |
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Nibbling can be cute in puppies, but can lead to problem behaviors down the road. Nip biting in the bud with these five tips. As puppies begin to teeth, it’s natural for them to chew on things—including your hands. As cute as this can be in young p...

Tips to slow down a dog that eats too fast

 by bora on 13 Aug 2020 |
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Most dogs love food, but some eat so fast it is a hazard to their health. Fortunately, there are many ways to slow a speed-eating pet. It’s no secret that many of our pets love food, but some dogs eat so fast it can put their health in jeopardy. Ch...

What to do if your dog hates your new partner

 by bora on 12 Jun 2020 |
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We all love our dogs, but not everyone gets along with pets. Here are some tips to help a frought relationship between your pet and partner. No one wants to think of their partner not getting along with their pet, but in reality, this happens more ...

Five tips for walking a fearful or anxious dog

 by bora on 05 Mar 2020 |
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Leash reactivity can ruin walks, but there are steps you can take to overcome Fido’s fears. Here’s how to help a leash-anxious pet. Dogs evolved alongside humans, but not all of our requested behaviors come naturally to our pets. Walking on a leash...

Why are dogs loyal to humans?

 by bora on 24 Dec 2019 |
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Dogs are famous for their loyalty to humans, which evolved over thousands of years. Here’s how evolution nurtured our unique bond. Dogs are famous for their loyalty, but what truly makes them man’s best friend? Thanks to animal researchers, we are ...

Why you should let your dog stop and sniff on walks



 by bora on 08 Nov 2019 |
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All dog owners have felt frustrated when their pets stop and smell during walks, but research is pointing to the benefits of this activity. Many pet parents have experienced frustration when their curious companions stop to sniff every five steps d...

Why does my dog stare at me?

 by bora on 11 Oct 2019 |
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An act of devotion or a request to refill the food bowl? Staring can hold a multitude of meanings for our canine companions. In the human world, making eye contact is a way of social bonding and this is no different in our canine companions. Multip...

Ways to get fit with your dog

 by bora on 27 Sep 2019 |
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Exercise benefits us both physically and emotionally, but working out doesn’t have to be a drag with these tips to get fit with your canine companion. Regular exercise benefits us both physically and mentally, but working out doesn’t have to be a c...

Four reasons your dog leans on your legs

 by bora on 12 Sep 2019 |
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From seeking affection to feeling anxious, dogs lean against their owners’ legs for many reasons. To figure out what your pet is trying to say with this behavior, context is key. Dogs are social creatures and a great deal of their communicating is ...

Are dogs really color blind?

 by yunus on 14 Aug 2019 |
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Researchers once thought dogs were colorblind, but new evidence is showing our canine companions see the world very similarly to how we do. For a long time, we believed our canine companions were colorblind, but new scientific research is shedding l...
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