Most dogs don’t like having their claws trimmed. The best time to start is when your dog is a puppy.
Here are a few tips when traveling by car with your dog.
Even before bringing your new pet home, make sure that you’ve taken care of all the necessities to make sure he or she will be safe and secure.
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.
Unscreened windows pose a life threatening danger to cats. Veterinarians have dubbed it ‘high rise syndrome’ and it can be fatal.
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.
During and after a traumatic storm, it is extremely important to remember that your pets can experience extreme stress and anxiety due to the weather.
Bite inhibition is defined as a learned and conditioned response in which a dog consciously inhibits and controls the full force of his/her biting ability.
Unfortunately, the sights and sounds of fireworks that fascinate and entertain us each year can truly frighten and unnerve most dogs and cats.
So many shelters are getting filled. Burlington County would like to help you find your best friend this summer in the best way possible – at no cost to you.
Many of our best friends love to collect or hoard as many toys, bones, treats and morsels of food as they can. It’s because they’re instinctively nervous.
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.
Although the very notion may seem repulsive, Coprophagia or stool eating can be somewhat common in canines, especially puppies – but it may be a sign of something more serious.
A soothing and relaxing massage is not just for people. It has been used as a method to achieve successful rehabilitation in many animals including dogs, cats and horses.
While leash biting may seem playful, It’s extremely important to know that your dog’s behavior stems primarily from fear, overexcitement or anxiety.