Animals can have thyroid problems just as humans do & the symptoms can sometimes be subtle. Here are a few signs you should get your dog’s thyroid checked.
Category: Dog Behavior
Knowing what to look for can tell you whether your dog is in pain and allows you to get help for them faster. Here are a few signs your dog is in pain.
A picture with Santa is a Christmas staple. If you’re planning to take your dog to get a picture with Santa, here’s how to prep your dog to meet Santa.
When you see a dog out, it’s easy to get excited & to be hit with the urge to pet them. Get permission and then use these tips for greeting a strange dog.
Dogs love to spend time with their favorite humans. Here are a few signs your dog is lonely and that you might not be spending enough time with them.
Dogs are often depicted as the quintessential image of loyalty and unconditional love. Here are a few of the best ways to make your dog happy.
A good start to make the transition easier when getting a new dog is to avoid these common mistakes people make when bringing a new dog home.
A dog with separation anxiety can often become disruptive and destructive when left alone. Here’s what to do when your dog has separation anxiety.
Several factors go into how often you should walk your dog, like size, age, energy level, overall health, and more. See where your dog fits in.
Some dog breeds absolutely love the water, while others tend not to be big fans. These are a few dog breeds that tend to love water.
As a runner, you want to research dog breeds that can run with you. Start your research with these dog breeds that make good running partners.
A protective instinct paired with loyalty, alertness, and more all go into making a dog a good guard dog. Here are 7 dog breeds that are good guard dogs.