Dog Behavior

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Many Things to Consider When Buying Dog Toys

Toys for puppies and dogs is a necessity. The main purpose of such toys is to allow our dogs to release energy, have fun and reduce anxiety and stress. Also, dogs need to chew on something to keep their teeth healthy and refrain them from chewing objects in the house. But not only does a […]

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How To Plan For A Hiking Adventure With Your Dog

Researchers at Michigan State University found that dog owners are 34% more likely to fit in 150 minutes of walking per week than non-dog owners. The study also found that owning a dog promotes health and fitness and can increase your leisure-time physical activity by 69%. Including your dog in your daily physical activities is […]

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6 Strategies for Living with High-Energy Dogs

Bringing a furry companion into your life is a huge responsibility so before making the final decision you need to consider multiple factors. These include the particular breed’s temperament, size, whether you have the energy and time to invest on a puppy and whether or not will you be able to do justice to the […]

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How To Care For A Dog While Working Full Time

Our dogs demand a lot of care and attention, so much so that it can be difficult to leave them at home to go to work. Some owners struggle with the issue of how to care for a dog while working full time. Many have to deal with separation anxiety, destructive behaviour and issues scheduling […]

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Fun Indoor Exercises for Your Dog

There is no doubt that one of the things your dog looks forward to most during the day, is his daily walks. The smells, people, and dogs he encounters daily are stimulating, entertaining, and an excellent motivation to stay fit. However, on really chilly days, dogs can be reticent to go outside for more than […]

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Ideas for a Beautiful, Dog-Friendly Garden

If you could ask your dog what his favorite place in the world was, he would probably answer, “the Great Outdoors.” Dogs love coming across other canines and people, sniffing plants and flowers, and rolling around in verdant areas like parks or your backyard. In warmer months, you probably enjoy spending time in the garden […]

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Hiking and Camping with your dog

All dog owners know how much dogs love to go for walks, and if like me, you find it hard to leave home with out them then you probably wouldn’t dream of leaving them at home while you go camping. But there is a difference between their daily walks and going hiking and camping with […]

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3 Best Places to Go Camping with your Pet

Are you planning to go camping with your dog? You’re not alone as a study has shown that about 30% of campers like to camp with their pets. The companionship of a dog can be one of the most rewarding experiences for a camper. Getting your pet to join you in your trip is one […]

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How To Alleviate Your Dog’s Boredom

Similar to humans, dogs can become listless and board, which often leads to bad behavior. Your dog will almost certainly feel happier and more optimistic if his routine varies from time to time. Fortunately, it is not difficult to spice up his routine so that he is not simply trapped in a cycle of every […]

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How Do I Prevent My Shih Tzu Eating Poo?

Sometimes, a dog owner may observe their pup eating their own poo, it can be a shocking sight, especially if you have no idea why they are doing it! This behavior is known as coprophagia. There can be many health related explanations for why he might be doing this. If the dog is underfed, he […]

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