Sharing the joy and love of being on the water stand-up paddleboarding with your dog can be fun, especially if your dog loves water. Here’s how to do it.
If you like doing activities with your dog and want a fun way to put that special nose to work, try a sport called Trailing and Locating. Sanctioned by the North American Sport Dog Association, Trailing and Locating helps deter-mine a dog’s ability to track, trail — or follow — and locate quarry above ground.
Zoomies in puppies and dogs might sound funny — and usually they’re silly and harmless! But, why do the dog zoomies happen and could they ever put your pup in danger?
Does your dog ignore you? Do you think your dog isn’t listening to you, or maybe you’ve just got a stubborn dog on your hands? A pro shares tips on training a dog who doesn’t seem to listen!
You pup passed potty training with flying colors years ago, but all of a sudden, you’re coming home to unwelcome surprises. It begs the question: What gives?
Recall at its core is getting your dog’s attention and, when you do, asking him to “Come” to you and, when he gets to you, rewarding him for doing so.
Guide dogs get extensive training for five to nine months, depending on the organization, to succeed with these tasks. Their guidance helps visually impaired or blind people go to work, navigate busy airports, avoid traffic and many other unexpected obstacles.
It may seem like the middle of a coronavirus crisis is not the time to take your pup out, but we found ways you can be social while keeping your distance.
Do raised hackles, a.k.a. the hair standing up on a dog’s back and neck, always convey aggression? Find out how to figure out what it means when your dog’s hair stands up.
Does your dog bark uncontrollably at the front door? Are you looking for a way to train him? In this article we go in depth on how to resolve your dog’s front door behavior.