Category Archives for Behavior & Training

Why Does My Dog Pee on My Bed?

If your dog urinates on your bed, you’re not alone. This behavior, while rather alarming, is not all that uncommon. Many dog owners have successfully dealt with the problem at hand, so there’s still hope! The key to tackling this behavior head-on is to understand what’s causing it. Unfortunately dogs aren’t able to communicate the same […]

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Why are Huskies so Vocal?

You’ve probably stumbled across a video of a Husky that’s howling like it’s back in the icy climate with his pack. Maybe also a video of a small puppy learning his first ‘awoo’ from a human.If you wish to understand what your Husky is trying to tell you, just keep reading!Reasons Behind the Vocality of […]

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Younger Dog Attacking Older Dog..? 7 Possible Reasons

You’re probably here seeking help because you were standing in utter disbelief as your ‘cute’ younger hound was barking their lungs out at your older dog initiating a doggo version of ‘World War III’. But if you’ve got nothing to do with dogs and just-here-for-some-info, welcome, and consider yourself lucky.To be frank, inter-canine aggression doesn’t represent […]

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Why do Dogs Wink at You ..?

It’s no doubt that dogs and humans have developed ways to communicate without saying a word. Sure, we may use vocal commands and hand gestures during the training process. However, physical behaviors and quirky actions can say just as much. It won’t take long for new owners to start picking up on these little physical cues […]

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French Bulldog Harness – 5 Best Picks for Your Pup

Despite their somewhat menacing appearance, French Bulldogs are lovable creatures that thrive on constant love and attention. They’re known for their playful attitudes and loyalty to their families. They’re one of the most popular breeds in the world. One unique thing about these dogs is their unusual build. They have a somewhat stocky body, short neck, […]

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How to Tell if Your Dog is Happy

For most owners, a beloved dog is another part of the family. While their lives are fairly simple, dogs are fully capable of having the same complex emotions as humans. Though they can’t speak for themselves, they display characteristics that let owners know exactly how they’re feeling.  It’s important to keep these furry pals happy […]

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My Puppy Pees a Lot…. Why?

Young puppies, while adorable and fun, require a lot of care and attention. They’re thrust into a new environment and must adapt while learning the basics of growing up. New owners must train and condition the new pup to become a loyal part of the household.Housebreaking is often the first major goal of ownership. Accidents […]

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