Archive for the Dog Behaviour Category


3 Tips To Help Your Dog Learn To Stay Home Alone

We all have lives we need to live and the sad fact is that many times are dogs are simply not welcome. For those times you have to be able to leave your dog home alone. Sadly many dogs suffer from severe anxiety attacks while left alone. The let in their frustration in barking, tearing […]

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Top Ways To Deal with A Fussy Dog Eater

It is very likely that you have had your dog on the same brand of food for a while now. Therefore, it is not a surprise if your dog refuses to eat it after a while or if you switch brands on him. However, it is important to note the differences between a picky dog […]

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Why You Should Focus On the Basics

When you bring a new dog into your home, you need more than food, toys, and a place for your dog to sleep. You need to be prepared to train your new pet in the right way. Dogs need a strong pack leader in order to thrive. If you start training right away, your pet […]

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Calm Dog Training: Your Guide to Calming Your Hyperactive Dog

While an overly-excited dog is something of a stereotype, too much excitement can wear on both a dog and its owner. It’s important for dog owners to be able to calm their dogs down and give them a chance to relax. Thankfully, calming a dog is easier than it might initially seem. By utilising calm […]

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What To Do When Your Dog Won’t Go For A Walk?

Is your dog refusing to go on walks? A lot of dogs might pull on a leash indicating they want to lead. Whereas, a lot of other dogs might actually pull backwards and refuse to walk at all. Your instinct might be to try to pull them forward to get them to walk, but this […]

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How To Keep Your Dog From Digging

Dogs dig for a variety of reasons. Some dig to keep cool or warm and remain comfortable in various environments. Whereas, some dogs simply love to dig. In fact, a lot of breeds are more likely to dig than others because it is a trait that is commonly found in the breed. However, any dog […]

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Why Do Dogs Nip People?

There are many reasons why dogs nip people. Here are a few reasons why dogs nip people. Children are more likely to get bitten by dogs. The injuries on a child can be severe because they are smaller in size and they don’t know how they should act around dogs or act when they are […]

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Stop Dog Biting and Nipping

Many people don’t enjoy dogs that bite, chew mouth and their hands, clothing or limbs during the play and interaction. Dogs have more strength, hence causing more pain that a puppy. This can even lead to an injury on a person while the dog is mouthing.  Suppressing mouthing in adult dogs can be a challenge […]

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When Your Dog’s Afraid of Everything

Having a dog that fears everything can sometimes be a challenge because you won’t have enough time to do any fun activities that you should be doing with your dog. This is because the dog needs to be attentive and having fun at the same time. A dog scared of everything is bad for the […]

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My Dog Is Scared Of Other Dogs

Observing your dog for any unusual or negative signs is an important aspect of taking good care of it. There are many things that can be observed by just looking at its habits and physical appearance. One thing that a number of dog owners have seen is dogs that fear other dogs. Many of the […]

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