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7 Reasons Why It’s Okay to Call Yourself a “Pet Parent”

Some controversy was stirred when, a few years back, M.A. Wallace wrote a rather passionate article in The Cut on why “it’s wrong” for...

6 Ways to Tell If You and Your Adopted Dog Are...

If you’re planning to adopt a dog, here are a few tips that will help you detect if you’re perfect for each other. Adopting a...

7 Ways to Tell Your Dog “I Love You”

There are many ways for pet owners to determine if their dog loves them. But how do pet owners reciprocate the gesture in such...

Dogs Love You More When You Smile, Science Says

Apparently, your smile has a bewitching effect on your dog and a dog's brain lights up actively when they see you flash that happy...

20 Proven Health Benefits of Having a Dog

Once in a while, you might catch a headline on the news citing the reasons everyone should adopt a pet and some of the...

How to Make a Dog Like You in 10 Easy Steps

Some dogs are easy to win over. Other canines need a little patience. Either way, learning how to make a dog like you is easy if you follow these 10 steps.

Dogs and Cats Appreciate a Head Scratch Differently

Science explains the interesting reasons dogs and cats love a head scratch, and why they enjoy it differently. Most dogs love a good head...

13 Things Dogs Can Sense About You

While science has yet to prove if dogs have truly been gifted with a sixth sense, there's no denying that they are observant creatures....

Yes, You Can Call Yourself a “Dog Parent” and Here’s Why

With more people adopting pets in the U.S., and with the demographic crisis in the Western world worsening, an interesting divide between pet owners...

12 Fun Ways to Bond with Your Dog

We need to have quality time with our dogs not only to build trust and bond, but to provide them with essential mental stimulation. But...

Dog Ownership Today vs. 30 Years Ago: What’s Different Now?

If you're here reading this article, then you’re likely from a “dog family” and probably have heard at least one of your parents or...

Human Encouragement Boosts Problem-solving Skills In Dogs, Study Says

New research explains how important our encouragement is to our pets. Nine dogs were able to complete the task better because they got some...

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The Detailed Puppy Shot Schedule

Puppy Shot Schedule: A Detailed Guide

After you've adopted a young dog, one of the first steps is to come up with a puppy shot schedule. The puppy will need several...
15 Facts About Fear Aggression in Dogs

15 Facts About Fear Aggression in Dogs

While some breeds are more aggressive than others, certain instincts exist in all canines. So even though most dogs are affectionate and loving to...
The Dog Poop Color Chart Guide

Dog Poop Color Chart: What It All Means

When you walk your dog, you always pick up his waste. What do you do if the doo-doo looks strange? It may be a...
How to Fix Your Dog's Noise Phobia and Loud Noise Anxiety

How to Fix Your Dog’s Noise Phobia and Loud Noise Anxiety

Caring for a dog that is afraid of thunder, fireworks or other loud noises can leave you feeling helpless. The level of noise anxiety...
40 Tips On How to Make Your Dog Happy & Be the Best Dog Owner Ever

40 Tips On How to Make Your Dog Happy

One of the first thoughts that new dog owners have is, how do I make my dog happy? Fortunately, due to the demeanor of...
8 Signs Your Dog Is Experiencing Joint Pain

8 Signs Your Dog Is Experiencing Joint Pain

Early recognition, and limiting pain and distress are two key goals of proper dog care. Unfortunately, signs of joint pain in dogs are sometimes...

6 Tips for Cutting Your Dog’s Nails at Home

It's time to cut your dog's nails , but you're not sure how to do it. Your dog is fidgety, you've never done this...
8 Ways to Encourage a Lazy Dog to Exercise

8 Ways to Encourage a Lazy Dog to Exercise

Generally, dogs need anywhere from 30 minutes to two hours of daily exercise. Some large breeds, athletic/active breeds and working dogs will usually need...
Incontinence in Senior Dogs Guide

Incontinence in Senior Dogs

Urinary incontinence is a condition where a dog is unable to hold their urine. Incontinence in senior dogs is a fairly common problem that...
9 Most Common Dog Eye Problems (How to Prevent and Treat Them)

9 Most Common Dog Eye Problems

Dog eye problems are very common and in most cases it's just a mild inconvenience. However, certain conditions will be more serious and require...