Hot Summer Surfaces May Burn Dogs' PawsSevere injury, infection and burns to the pads of your dog’s paws could develop quickly by allowing your dog to walk on hot pavement and other hot surfaces.
Give Your Dog A Task Each DayAll dogs, regardless of age, size or breed, have an instinctive need to fulfill a daily task.
Managing Your Senior Dog's ArthritisSenior dogs, regardless of size or breed, may develop arthritis and a stiffening of joint or leg muscles. Consult your vet.
Why Dogs DigYour dog is never doing this out of spite or anger. It is, in many breeds, an instinctive behavior but often it’s due to a need not being met.
Dogs Naturally Imitate One AnotherAllelomimetic behavior in canines is an imitative behavior that can begin as young as 5 weeks old.
Dogs Detecting CancerDogs can distinguish among chemical differences that linger in the breath of a person with cancer.
Avoid Poisoning Your DogAccording 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.
Loving Your DogWe 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.
Dogs And Cats Have Two Sets Of TeethLike humans, all dogs and cats will have two sets of teeth in their lifetimes.
Conflicting Body Language Between Dogs And CatsBody language is an instinctive and extremely important source of communication for all animals - but sometimes it can be a source of miscommunication as well.
Study Confirms Dog IntelligenceResearch has confirmed what dog lovers have known for quite some time now…our best friends are extremely intelligent!
Training Your Dog Is Good For Both Of YouTraining your dog is truly worth the time spent.
Why Dogs Eat GrassIt 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.
Just Like Humans, Some Dogs May Be Innately Pessimistic According to new research out of Australia’s University of Sydney, some dogs are actually more of the glass half-empty type.
Don't Leave Pet In Warm CarIt’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.