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The Most Common Causes Of Dog Aggression

The Most Common Causes Of Dog Aggression

Dog aggression can be a serious problem. However in order to deal with it you need to understand why your pet is aggressive with other canines in the first place. So here are the most common reasons to give you some insight. Fear Most people don’t realize it but one of the biggest reasons that dogs can be aggressive is because they are actually afraid. This is not just true when they are dealing with other canines but humans too. While it...

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Identifying And Putting An End To Separation Anxiety

Identifying And Putting An End To Separation Anxiety

All dogs miss their owners when they leave the house. But when pets start behaving in extreme or destructive ways when the owner is out or in the process of leaving, it can be a sign of separation anxiety. Here are the basics of what this condition means and how to deal with it if your dog starts showing the signs. Time Doesn’t Matter The time you are actually gone does not make a difference. Dogs suffering from separation anxiety will...

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How Can I Stop My Dog From Digging?

How Can I Stop My Dog From Digging?

Digging can be an incredibly destructive habit and a pet who loves to do it can make short work of your landscaping efforts. It can cause damage, a huge mess, and you will most likely end up with a dirty doggie. You can control it though by following a few simple steps. It’s Actually Natural While most owners consider digging up the yard to be bad behavior, for dogs it’s actually natural. Pets may dig for many different reasons and none of...

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Simple Ways To Keep Your Pet Relaxed At The Vet

Simple Ways To Keep Your Pet Relaxed At The Vet

A trip to the veterinarian’s office can be overwhelming for many pets. There are other animals, new people, and of course shots and examinations. By following a few tips however, you can help your dog to stay as relaxed as possible. Nothing New Before you take your pooch to the vet, be sure he is used to being held, touched, and grabbed. You can practice this at home by placing your hands on his body, belly, legs, ears, and tail...

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Don’t Make These Mistakes With Your New Puppy

Don’t Make These Mistakes With Your New Puppy

Bringing home your new puppy can be very exciting. However, when adding a furry family member to your household there are few mistakes you won’t want to make. By avoiding the following four common pitfalls you can help to make sure you end up with a happy and well-trained pooch. Not Making Your Home Dog-Safe A new home can be a place of wonder for a curious pup. However there are many things that can be dangerous for him to get into....

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Top Tips To Remember When Housetraining Your Puppy

Top Tips To Remember When Housetraining Your Puppy

There is nothing many new puppy owners dread more than housetraining their pet. But with the right advice you can make this process as easy as possible. So here are the top tips you will want to keep in mind during this important learning period for your new family member. Stay Consistent And Positive You can’t expect your pet to learn if you are not consistent in the actions you take to teach him. Staying consistent will help him now...

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Pet Panache: The Latest Styles For You And Your Dog

Pet Panache: The Latest Styles For You And Your Dog

Check out our list to discover the latest trends in all things canine that every pet parent should know. Café Style Many cafes welcome four legged friends, offering water bowls and the odd doggie treat alongside our flat whites and chai lattes. However, make your way to an eatery that’s not just dog friendly, but devoted to all things canine. A growing number of dog cafés are popping up all over. Their dedicated doggie menus feature sweet...

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How To Stop Your Dog From Jumping Up On Guests

How To Stop Your Dog From Jumping Up On Guests

While your pet may have nothing but good intentions, jumping up on guests should be a no-no.  It not only may leave them dirty but for those who afraid of dogs it can be also very frightening.  Larger pets can even end up knocking people over especially younger children.  Even if your dog has been getting away with this unwanted behavior for quite a long time however, you may be able to stop it with the following advice. Don’t Reward Him...

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How To Stop Your Dog From Chewing Up Your Things

How To Stop Your Dog From Chewing Up Your Things

Chewing is a natural behavior for all dogs from puppies to senior pets.  But arriving home to chewed up furniture, shoes, and more is never fun. In fact it can be very frustrating and even expensive depending on what your pet has decided to focus his energy on.  For some inexperienced owners it can even cause them to consider getting rid of their pet.  There’s no reason to go that far though, with a little knowledge and a few tips you’ll...

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6 Tips To Make Your Home Dog-Friendly

6 Tips To Make Your Home Dog-Friendly

Dogs are simple creatures, aren’t they? As long as they are fed and watered, along with the occasional walk, all is right with the world, right? Wrong.  Your pet will require constant love and affection, and a house which is dog-friendly.  Of course you’ll be able to learn a lot along the way it’s good to have some basics in mind so here are six tips to help you make your home as friendly as possible for your pooch. Provide Space This is...

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