According to the Animal Poison Control Center of the ASPCA, the effects of xylitol ingestion in dogs are quick and the window of opportunity to aid is small.
We all love our dogs. They adapt easily into the family and share our lives. So, it’s easy to forget, at times, that they need to be dogs.
Like humans, all dogs and cats will have two sets of teeth in their lifetimes.
Body language is an instinctive and extremely important source of communication for all animals – but sometimes it can be a source of miscommunication as well.
Research has confirmed what dog lovers have known for quite some time now…our best friends are extremely intelligent!
Training your dog is truly worth the time spent.
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.
According to new research out of Australia’s University of Sydney, some dogs are actually more of the glass half-empty type.
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.
Cracked paw pads can be a relatively common problem for dogs but it’s not one that should be ignored.
Dogs look to us to learn everyday. They are one species that inherently looks to the human for guidance and direction. If you own a dog, set boundaries.
Having more than one dog can be very beneficial for you and your dog. Here’s are some training tips when you have more than one.
Pulling on the leash can be a problem for many people as they take their dogs out for a walk. It’s also a problem for the dog which must be corrected.
If you’ve ever witnessed your dog or cat exhibiting a very odd and unusual posture such as staring off or appearing stuck in a corner while pressing the head up against a wall or door. It’s called Head Pressing.