Here are two common behavioral problems we see with young puppies, and how to deal with them through tried-and-true training methods.
So you have a new puppy. Great! Now, taking the time to follow these expert tips will save you a world of time and trouble later in your puppy’s life.
Short answer: There really is no right or wrong. There are dog training methods that are more effective under certain circumstances than others.
Dogs are by nature den creatures — and the crate is their den. It is a safe haven where dogs don’t have to worry about defending their territory.
Exactly what you need to do depends on the kinds and temperaments of the animals involved.
Preventive and consistent health care for your pet is less expensive in the long run. Here is how to find a good veterinarian.
This comprehensive article is filled with useful information for anyone thinking about getting a new dog, whether a puppy or an adult.
Most worms have a lifecycle that makes it easy to re-infest dogs. Here are some steps you can take to prevent worms in your pet.
Vomiting is one of the most common and nonspecific symptoms that a dog can have. You’ll need to look at how and what your dog is vomiting.
An indispensable part of keeping your dog healthy is to keep its vaccinations up-to-date.