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  • Why Do Dogs Howl? By Janet Hosler
    I have 3 dogs, all of different breeds. Each of them is unique in their own way, endearing and peculiar at the same time. One of the unexplainable behaviors .... are they positively rewarding me? I do think I won't be able to break them of the habit of wee hour morning howling, so I just need to accept it.

  • Caring for Your Dog During a Disaster By Jennifer Ayalon
    Natural and manmade disasters or emergencies can happen anywhere, and often with little or no warning. Whether you are dealing with the aftermath of a .... from happening, but understanding the needs of your dog under these circumstances will increase the chance that he or she will come through it unscathed.

  • Safety in Homes With Dogs and Children By Jennifer Ayalon
    While it is true that most dogs are strongly attracted in a positive way to children, the truth is that a good relationship between kids and dogs is something .... away. Taking a bit of time and effort to train both dogs and children in a home can mean that there will be less likelihood of conflict between them.

  • Common Illnesses of Dogs By Jennifer Ayalon
    When Pandora’s Box was opened, not only were a host of diseases released upon mankind, but also plenty of illnesses that would affect dogs. Most of these .... receives is exactly the same dosage that your Toy Poodle will get. It is always best to talk to your veterinarian about your dog’s healthcare needs.

  • Hot Weather and Your Dog By Jennifer Ayalon
    After a winter spent cooped up inside, it’s likely that both you and your dog will be anxious to get outside and enjoy the warmer weather. Although the .... cooler with ice and a wet towel is also a good idea. A breakdown could create an emergency situation for your dog, so always be prepared for the worst.

  • Parasites in Dogs By Jennifer Ayalon
    Diseases such as distemper and parvovirus can have a serious impact on your dog’s health, but your dog can also be affected by external and internal parasites .... stool sample twice a year, even if your dog is showing no symptoms. Any dog showing signs of internal parasites should be seen by the vet immediately.

  • Preparing For Your New Puppy By Jennifer Ayalon
    Regardless of whether you’re an adult or a child, there is nothing more exciting than bringing a new puppy into the home. However, successfully introducing .... pup develop into a good companion. Obedience training is a good idea, especially with larger breeds, and can help your puppy become confident and calm.

  • How Ticks Can Impact Your Dog’s Health By Jennifer Ayalon
    There is basically no region of the country that can be considered free of tick borne diseases. These diseases can have a serious impact on your dog’s .... enough pathogens enter the system to do harm. You should check with your vet with any concerns or questions regarding tick borne illnesses in your pet.

  • Does Your Dog Need To Bark All The Time? By Jennifer Ayalon
    Barking is natural for your dog; he or she uses it to communicate and under ideal circumstances, barking is used as a warning or to signal fear. However .... Always remember that your dog doesn’t realize that it is being a pest, and finding out what is causing the behavior is the first step to stopping it.

  • Curbing Dog Aggression By Jennifer Ayalon
    Uncontrolled aggressive behavior is one of the major reasons why dogs are either given to animal shelters or put down. All dogs, and all living creatures .... aggressively towards others, start seeking a solution immediately before the problem gets totally out of hand. You and your dog will both be much happier.

  • Choosing a Dog That Fits Your Lifestyle By Jennifer Ayalon
    Other than serious behavioral problems, such as aggression, the reason most dogs wind up in shelters is because their owners find out that they have just .... means that you have chosen a dog that you will be able to take care of properly and that will be able to live out its life with you in comfort and dignity.

  • Purchasing Dog Beds: A Comprehensive Guide By Janet Hosler
    Our pets are just like us and why not! After all, they are part of our very own family. So, quite like most of us, they have their own siesta or party .... pets can enjoy the benefits of a restful sleep. There are many things to consider when selecting the right bed for your pet. Janet Hosler

  • Things to Consider Before Getting a Dog for the First Time By Darrin Swain
    Are you thinking about getting a dog for the first time? If so, then hopefully you have thought the decision through thoroughly. There are a few things .... puppy as your first pet. Older dogs are in need of rescue too. There are plenty of benefits like not having to go through the housetraining process.

  • Tips for Litter Box Training a Dog By Darrin Swain
    Smaller dogs obviously have smaller bladders. That means that they have to go outside more often than their larger counterparts. One way to avoid frequent .... box training a dog isn't the easiest thing in the world to do. However, it will save you a lot of trouble if you can do it successfully. Good luck.

  • Controlling That Pesky Bark By Andy Gonzalez
    Above anything else, a dog wants to please its owner. Dogs view their family as their pack, and they are biologically wired to provide and desire extensive .... return. If excessive barking is an issue, anti-bark collars are safe, effective, and humane tools we can use to improve our and their environment alike.

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