Before leaving your dog alone with a dog sitter, make sure you are confident in the care your dog will receive by asking the right questions beforehand and leaving a detailed list of necessary information about your home and dog.
Dogs jumping up on people can be a frustrating habit to break. With patience and positive reinforcement, it’s possible to teach your dog not to jump on people stop your dog from jumping.
When you can’t watch your dog or puppy, she needs to be safely contained. Kennels and crates are great options for safely containing dogs, but which is best?
Puppies explore the world with their mouths, but puppy teeth are sharp. Training a puppy not to bite takes time and patience. Follow these simple steps for how to stop puppy biting.
There are a variety of treatment and support options available to help dogs struggling with anxiety including anti-anxiety medication that can be prescribed by your dog’s veterinarian.
Dreaming of the perfect getaway with your dog? Traveling with your canine companion is a fun way to spend quality time together, increase your bond and experience new areas of the country. You and your pup are sure to enjoy these dog-centric vacation destinations!
DNA tests aren’t just about finding out what breeds your dog is mixed with anymore, but now help provide important information about your dog’s health. Let’s take a look at today’s DNA kits.
Previously vets weren’t recommending puppies to be neutered before six months of age, but in recent years this is shifting. The best age to neuter a dog is going to mostly be based on the dog’s breed and size.
Sometimes life in the city can be ruff! There are always things to see and do, but that can be a little bit overwhelming for our canine companions. If you’re thinking about bringing your dog into the city, or if you’re moving to a new urban area with your dog, check out these survival tips for both of you.
Dog tattoos are one way that many memorialize a beloved dog after they pass, but they can also be a fun way to permanently mark the relationship you have with your dog while they are still alive.
So, your dog ate an onion. Whether it’s a lot or a little, can dogs eat onions? And what are your next steps? The facts about onions and dogs are a little complicated — let’s find out more.
Dognapping is on the rise — don’t let your dog be the next victim. Here’s how to protect against dog theft, and what to do if someone steals your dog.