Dog Behavior

Do you ever wonder why Buster chews on your furniture when he has plenty of toys right in front of him? Does he try to dig his way to China or master locks on a fence? Check out these articles to get in the mind of your "too smart for his own good" dog!

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    Crate Training

    If you like nothing better than coming home from a hard day’s work and finding that your dog decided to “go” on the couch or use your favorite slippers as…

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    Coping With Allergies

    Being a pet owner is never easy. While pets bring us joy and companionship on a daily basis, they also require training, veterinary care, time, love, attention, and even tolerance.…

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    Chewing

    Dogs: Destructive Chewing Sooner or later every dog lover returns home to find some unexpected damage inflicted by his or her dog…or, more specifically, that dog’s incisors and molars. Although…

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    Care Of Pets When Your Ill

    When you lose much of your strength or mobility, simple tasks like walking a dog or cleaning a cat’s litter box can seem overwhelming. And if your immune system is…

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    Barking

    Solving Barking Problems If you ever wonder if your dog’s bark is worse than his proverbial bite, the answer may lie no further than your next-door neighbor. Some canine behavior…

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    Aversives

    Using Aversives to Modify Your Dog’s Behavior If there’s any truth to the saying ‘idle hands are the Devil’s playground,” then the same can certainly be said for idle paws.…

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    Aggression

    Understanding Aggressive Behavior in Dogs A dog’s bark may be worse than his bite, but most of us would rather not find out the hard way. Growling, baring teeth, snarling,…