Now that our gardens are in, the digging has begun for our dogs! Something that is so natural for our dogs can be very annoying and frustrating for us humans. We plant the flowers, and they dig them up. It seems like it is a never ending battle. It really is because we are […]
Does your dog growl at you when you approach him while he is eating or chewing a bone? Does he show his teeth when you try to move him off the couch? If you answered yes, your dog may be resource guarding. Below you will find information and exercises to both prevent resource guarding […]
Playing Frisbee with your dog is a fun outdoor activity. Some dogs take more time than others to get the hang of it, but many can be taught to play Frisbee and love it.
The first step is to make sure your dog is healthy enough to play Frisbee. Talk to your vet if you […]
When the unexpected happens and your four-legged friend finds himself on the injured list, knowing what to do can help him hurry up and heal so that you can heel!
When dealing with injuries and potential illness, you won’t know what’s abnormal if you don’t know what’s normal for your dog to begin with. […]