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What To Do If Your Dog Doesn’t Like Toys

Toys aren’t just for puppies - they’re a powerful tool for training and bonding for dogs of all breeds, ages and sizes. You can use toys as a reward so you don’t have to overload your dog with treats every time you want to work on training. You can also use toys to redirect excess energy, and … [Read more...]

5 Things Your Dog Wants You To Know About Separation Anxiety

Though nothing beats staying at home with your dog, you’ll need to leave them home alone at some point. Your normally well-behaved dog may act much differently when you’re not around. But it’s not as though your dog waits for you to leave to indulge in making messes. We’re all our dogs know. … [Read more...]

How To Manage Excessive Barking

Does your dog bark at everything? Are they so noisy that it’s disrupting your life, and making your neighbours complain? Excessive barking is one of the most common reasons people surrender their dogs. The problem can range from mild annoyance, to having your landlord threaten to evict you. … [Read more...]

How To Keep Your Dog Happy Without A Fenced Yard

Are you moving with your dog from a house to an apartment? Or wondering if you should get a dog if you don’t have a fenced-in backyard? As it turns out, your dog’s happiness and well-being is not dependent on whether you have a yard or not. In fact, many apartment dogs have more fulfilling lives … [Read more...]

How To Foster A Dog

Are you interested in fostering a dog? It’s a wonderful way to help a dog in need while bringing a big source of love into your home. Research shows that even short-term fostering reduces stress in shelter dogs, helping to bring out their truly unique, lovable personality and giving them a … [Read more...]

How To Safely Introduce A New Cat To A Dog Home

Do you want to bring home a new cat , but worry that they’ll fight like, well… cats and dogs? As it turns out, you can safely enjoy the best of both worlds. A University of Lincoln questionnaire study found that the majority of cat-dog households are relatively peaceful. Keeping in mind that … [Read more...]

How To Feed Your Dog For Better Behaviour

Have you ever noticed that when you start your day with a healthy breakfast - rather than with a doughnut - you’re able to focus much more easily at work? Your dog’s diet, from their meals and snacks to bones and treats, affects their ability to pick up new skills, control their impulses, and … [Read more...]

What To Do When You’re Frustrated With Your Dog

Do you ever feel annoyance, resentment or even anger towards your dog? Do you ever feel annoyance, resentment or even anger towards your dog? It happens to everyone. Even though your dog can’t help making mistakes, it’s normal to feel frustrated at times. Getting frustrated does not make … [Read more...]

What To Do If You Find A Lost Dog

Have you ever found a lost dog? The Homeagain microchip company estimates that 1 in 3 pets will get lost at some point in their lifetime. So there’s a good chance that you will come across a dog that needs to be reunited with their family. Here’s what every dog lover should know to safely … [Read more...]

What Every Dog Owner Should Know About Poison Prevention

To a dog owner, the worst feeling in the world is discovering a pile of chocolate wrappers next to your quivering dog. Or realizing that your dog may have consumed some of your family member’s prescription medications, but you have no idea how much they have eaten. Most dog poisoning cases … [Read more...]