In animal behavior, neophobia refers to the tendency of an animal to be frightened by anything new.
Training your dog is truly worth the time spent.
By Nan Talleno PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Cats are, by nature, primarily nocturnal, meaning being active at night. But they have also adapted extremely well at becoming diurnal, which is being active by day. Many cats […]
Here’s something you may not know: your dog can get a case of the hiccups just like we do with similar sounds as well.
As a canine behaviorist, I’ve been asked many times ‘Why does my dog kick up so much dirt especially, after soiling?’
If your cat has spent a lot of time outdoors, is it possible to transition him/her to an indoor life?
It seems that every dog consumes a bit of grass now and then without posing an issue but when it becomes excessive, it’s time to take notice.
When a mass of fur has increased in your cat to where it creates a partial or complete obstruction, problems can occur.
By Nan Talleno PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Housebreaking should never become a stressful situation. Your dog just needs the correct path to learn. Remember, your energy is reflected to your dog so you need to stay […]
This Saturday, join me at Sister Cities Park for Fall Family Fun Days – and bring your furry friend.
Fleas not only flourish in spring and summer but, depending upon where you live, flea season can even extend until late fall.
If you want to modify or recondition a dog’s behavior, you need to consider the behavior from the dog’s perspective.
It’s extremely important to be aware that the soaring temperature inside a parked car on even just a warm day can kill a pet in a matter of minutes.
Separation anxiety is one of the most common of canine behavioral problems. Usually, it can be fixed without professional help.
If you live with a cat who is, at times, out of doors, you may have experienced your feline friend bringing home a dead mouse, bird, or some other ‘gift’. Now what?