August 8, 2018

Food is a primary resource! It is essential for survival. You are responsible for this very important resource for your dog. Too much or too little can be detrimental to their health, therefore it is necessary to know how much they are getting. In addition to this valu...

October 30, 2017

It is a bit of a cultural joke, dogs do not seem to like the mailman.
(NOTE: mailman is used because of familiarity. It is not meant to be gender specific, but gender neutral.)

Lets take a look at it from the dog's perspective. A human comes to the house in a uniform us...

September 6, 2017

Pavlov was the scientist who came up with the idea that if you pair a treat with an action you can change the behavior of a dog. He paired the ring of a bell with feeding a dog and got the involuntary behavior of drooling. Therefore you could ring a bell and the dog wo...

July 14, 2017

Bonding with your dog really is why those who have dogs love having dogs.

The bond that is developed over time with a dog is what has delivered the dog's status as "man's best friend." The process of bonding happens when you spend time with your dog. The most common exe...

April 9, 2017

There is a misnomer out there that states crating your dog is cruel and unusual.

But contrary to this idea is a crate is often the safest place a dog can be. If a home has not been doggy-proofed (i.e. a place in the house clear of anything your dog could chew on that wo...

November 3, 2014

Most dogs bark for a reason.

Contrary to popular belief dogs do not bark to annoy humans, they usually have a good reason. Sometimes they are asking for a dog across the way to come over and play. Many times they are letting others know they do not want them in their ar...

September 15, 2011

You've seen that look.

The one the dog gives you when you come home. You are sure he has done something wrong so you look around the house to see what he has gotten into or done that you would not approve of. In our way of anthropomorphizing dogs we think they are showi...

June 10, 2011

Dogs need three key elements in their world to live a fulfilled life.

Physical Exercise
This should be obvious, but it is important for your dog to get physical exercise like walking or playing catch. And that your dog gets enough, some dogs need more exercise then othe...

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