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Why does my dog stare at me?

 by bora on 11 Oct 2019 |
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An act of devotion or a request to refill the food bowl? Staring can hold a multitude of meanings for our canine companions. In the human world, making eye contact is a way of social bonding and this is no different in our canine companions. Multip...

Ways to get fit with your dog

 by bora on 27 Sep 2019 |
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Exercise benefits us both physically and emotionally, but working out doesn’t have to be a drag with these tips to get fit with your canine companion. Regular exercise benefits us both physically and mentally, but working out doesn’t have to be a c...

Four reasons your dog leans on your legs

 by bora on 12 Sep 2019 |
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From seeking affection to feeling anxious, dogs lean against their owners’ legs for many reasons. To figure out what your pet is trying to say with this behavior, context is key. Dogs are social creatures and a great deal of their communicating is ...

Are dogs really color blind?

 by yunus on 14 Aug 2019 |
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Researchers once thought dogs were colorblind, but new evidence is showing our canine companions see the world very similarly to how we do. For a long time, we believed our canine companions were colorblind, but new scientific research is shedding l...

How to handle your high-energy dog

 by eugene on 28 Feb 2019 |
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Having a high-energy dog can detract from the time spent with your pet, but more often than not, our companions’ excess energy is due a lack of stimulation. While some dogs are happy lazing on the couch all day, many breeds were designed as working ...

Here’s how to build your dog’s confidence

 by yunus on 25 Oct 2018 |
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Dogs that struggle with their confidence aren’t just harder to train; their quality of life suffers, too. There are a few tricks to overcome this issue. Here’s how to build your dog’s confidence Just like humans, your dog’s sense of self-worth can ...

Can dogs feel humans’ emotions?

 by yunus on 22 Oct 2018 |
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Dog owners have long suspected that their pets can sense what they’re feeling. Now, research is backing up what pet parents have long known. Dog owners have long believed their pets can pick up on their feelings, but this was just a theory until re...

Tips for setting boundaries with your dog

 by lucy on 30 Aug 2018 |
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Setting clear boundaries for your dog is very important. On this article, you'll find some helpful tips. We all love our canine companions, but sometimes Fido jumps on the furniture, bolts through the front door or engages in other problem behavior....

Why is your dog hoarding his food?

 by lucy on 17 May 2018 |
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Most dogs dive nose-first into dinner, but for some peculiar pets, carrying their kibble to a different spot becomes a habit. If your pet is part of this pack, there are several possible causes underlying his behavior:   Pack mentality: Before they...

How to stop your dog from jumping on people

 by yunus on 09 Feb 2018 |
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When dogs meet, they greet each other face-to-face, but this can become a problem when your companion greets people the same away. Though it comes naturally to our pets, jumping up on people can leave them with scratches and bruises and poses a serio...
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