Teaching your dog to respond to hand signals is handy and helpful to communicate with them. Here are are some useful hand signals you can teach your dog:
Category: Dog Behavior
Storms can create a lot of anxiety for some dogs. Here’s what you need to know about “thunderstorm phobia” and how to calm your dog during a storm.
One of the biggest obstacles when bringing a puppy into your home can be house training. Here are some house training tips to help potty train your puppy.
Gardening is a fun hobby. Use these dog-friendly gardening tips to help protect your dog and also protect all of your hard work in the garden.
Arthritis causes irritation, swelling, & pain in the affected joints. Here are a few signs your dog might have arthritis.
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.
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.