Why do female dogs hump? Female dog humping is a common behavior. Male or female dogs might grind on toys, legs and other dogs for a few different reasons.
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!
Should your puppy sleep in your bed with you? Going from a warm pile of littermates to a cold lonely crate can be traumatizing, so we think “yes.”
When your dog is walking ahead of you and finds some unknown substance to quickly sniff and swallow before you can reach them, should you be worried?
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.
Dogs can develop health problems that make them unable to urinate. Bladder stones are the most common cause. Some breeds, such as Schnauzers, Yorkshire Terriers, Bichon Frises and Pomeranians, are more prone to this. Underlying illnesses like Cushing’s disease and portosystemic shunts also increase the risk for stones, as does the presence of a urinary tract infection. Males seem to be at higher risk than females.
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.
Get your new puppy off to a good start with lots of proper puppy training. Here’s what to know about those crucial first two months of puppy training.
How do you manage feeding, sleeping, greeting, going outside, playing, and toys and treats in a multi-dog household? Trainer Jill Breitner weighs in.