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Your Dog Knows About Your Goals and Thinks They’re Not Up to Snuff

Goals is an interesting concept, and they come in all shapes and sizes. From getting a job promotion, running a 5k, finding the right...
The Science and Psychology of Dog Language

The Science and Psychology of Dog Language: Does Your Dog Get You?

Nearly all dog owners talk to their pets, but how much meaning do the dogs absorb? Certainly dogs understand how to follow commands we’ve...
Science-Based Dog Teeth Care Tips

10 Science-Based Dog Teeth Care Tips

The general rule of thumb is that, if it’s good for the owner then it must also be good for the dog. This is...
How To Keep Senior Dogs Healthy

4 Science-Based Tips for Keeping Senior Dogs Healthy

Ask any dog owner and they will tell you that the worst part of owning a canine companion is the fact that they don't...
Best Bee Products That Can Improve Your Dogs Health

4 Bee Products That Can Improve Your Dog’s Health (Based on Science)

They are one of natures hardest working species. Working as a unit, bees will form hives, forage for nectar and build vast reserves of...
Relieve Anxiety in Dogs

10 Science-based Ways to Relieve Anxiety in Dogs

Some may believe that the feeling of anxiety is confined only to humans.  They would be wrong. The feeling of worry, nervousness and unease...
Science Based Dog Training

Science Based Dog Training: How Research Influenced Our Approach to Training Dogs

Since the late Mesolithic period when humans first began to domesticate wolves, canines have been an integral part of our lives. We are linked...
How to Mentally Stimulate a Dog

12 Tips on How to Mentally Stimulate a Dog (Based on Science)

While they are technically different species, people have some stark similarities with Man’s Best Friend when it comes to mental health and disorders, and...
Science-based Ways to Prevent Worms in Dogs

13 Science-based Ways to Deal With Worms in Dogs

Dogs can be victims of intestinal parasites known as worms. These parasites can cause mild symptoms such as stomach upset and diarrhea, but if...
Why Is My Dog Itching

Why Is My Dog Itching? 4 Scientific Reasons and Proven Treatments

While it may be remarkably cute for a dog to be scratching his floppy ear with a look of relief-induced bliss on its face,...
Kidney Failure in Dogs - The Ultimate Science-based Guide

Kidney Failure in Dogs: The Ultimate Science-based Guide

The condition known as kidney failure in dogs usually occurs from injury, infection or disease of the kidney. This can result in either a...
Are You and Your Dog A Good Match

Science of Human-Dog Psychology: Are You and Your Dog a Good Match?

Happy 18,000th Anniversary to you and your canine companion! Humans and dogs have been living in a close relationship for at least this long....

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Pet Food Manufacturing Regulations: USA vs Canada vs Europe vs China

There is no universal standard for the manufacturing of pet food worldwide. In fact, some countries have such lax “regulations” their foods and source...

35 Non-Shedding Dog Breeds

There are a lot of different reasons people give when asked why they don’t adopt a dog. By far the biggest reason that people...

12 Ways to Prevent and Treat Anal Glands in Dogs

Experts don’t know what use the anal glands have to canines, although many ideas have been tossed around. Anal gland disease occurs due to...

Dog Poop Color Chart: What It All Means

Cleaning up yard waste is not anyone’s favorite chore. Since you walk your dog through the neighborhood, you politely clean up his waste each...

40 Tips On How to Make Your Dog Happy

One of the first thoughts that pop (or should pop) in the heads of most new dog owners is “How do I make sure...

10 Ways Dogs Communicate Their Sense of Humor According to Science

The personal experiences of at least 50 million dog devotees combined with the high science of a handful of rat-, ape- and dog-tickling animal...

26 Most Active Dogs for Energetic Owners

Some owners cannot handle very active dog breeds. It takes plenty of energy to care for a hyperactive dog than a lazy one. These...

6 Safety Tips for Cutting Dog’s Nails at Home

Is your dog making annoying clicking noises everywhere he walks? Does it seem like he is having pain when walking? It may be time...

Can Dogs Get Poison Ivy?

Poison Ivy is a plant that grows in sunny or partially shaded areas, most notably around trees or rock formations. It possesses oil, otherwise...

Guidelines and Diet for Dogs with Struvite Crystals

Dogs can develop stones just like humans. A large part of therapy for struvite crystals in dogs is the diet. If your dog is suffering...

Water Intoxication in Dogs: What You Must Know [Infographic]

Water intoxication in dogs is what happens when a canine consumes excess water; this can be from playing in the pool or biting at...