Treat Your Dog Right

Treat Your Dog Right

People love their dogs. We show our dogs how much we love them by showering them with toys,...

10 Resolutions for Rover

10 Resolutions for Rover

It’s the start of a new year and while we are always full of resolve for how we would like to...

Confident Canines

Confident Canines

How many times have you met a dog that pees when you say hello or cowers, shivers or backs away when...

All Bark and No Bite

All Bark and No Bite

Dog’s bark. It’s what they do. They bark to get your attention. They bark because they’ve heard...

  • Treat Your Dog Right

    Treat Your Dog Right

    Monday, January 07, 2013 03:07 PM
  • 10 Resolutions for Rover

    10 Resolutions for Rover

    Monday, January 07, 2013 02:37 PM
  • Confident Canines

    Confident Canines

    Wednesday, April 25, 2012 03:09 PM
  • All Bark and No Bite

    All Bark and No Bite

    Thursday, March 24, 2011 11:03 AM

Wellness + Behavior

Behavior
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{Who's a Good Dog?}

Treat Your Dog Right

Written by Deborah Rosen
People love their dogs. We show our dogs how much we love them by showering them with toys, affection, praise and, often, tasty treats. We dole out these goodies on a regular basis, on a random basis and sometimes for no reason at all.

10 Resolutions for Rover

Written by Deborah Rosen | Photo by Julie Clegg
It’s the start of a new year and while we are always full of resolve for how we would like to improve ourselves, our dogs are often left out of the picture. So, let’s rectify that and get our four-legged friends into the act to help improve their behavior for the coming year.

Confident Canines

Written by Deborah Rosen | Photo by David Henkes
How many times have you met a dog that pees when you say hello or cowers, shivers or backs away when approached? The ears go down, the tail curls underneath, the dog might roll over onto its back or it may look as if it’s done something wrong.

All Bark and No Bite

Written by Deborah Rosen
Dog’s bark. It’s what they do. They bark to get your attention. They bark because they’ve heard something and want to let you and, apparently, everyone else know. They also bark to guard their houses and fenced yards. Some dogs, (not unlike people) bark just to hear the sound of their own voices.

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