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How to Introduce Your Dog to a New Dog

By Erin Rakosky, DVMDogs are social animals and most enjoy the company of others. Just like humans, some dogs have more outgoing personalities, and others are more reserved. Whether you just brought home a new puppy and are introducing him to an existing dog or you...

How to Help a Dog With Separation Anxiety

It’s a heartbreaking scene; after a short time away from your house, you return to a dog that’s wet from drool, trembling and wide-eyed with fear. There’s a mess by the door, and the TV remote and couch cushions are chewed to bits.It’s clear that you’re dealing with...

How To Read Dog Body Language

By Stephanie Gibeault, MSc, CPDTKey PointsDeciphering dog body language is an important part of communicating with your canine.Dogs use posture, facial expressions, and other body language to communicate.Understanding your’s dog body language is a key aspect of...

Is your Dog “Aggressive”?

Aggression is the most common and most serious behavior problem in dogs. It’s also the number-one reason why pet parents seek professional help from behaviorists, trainers and veterinarians.What Is Aggression?The term “aggression” refers to a wide variety of behaviors...

Woof! Woof! What Does My Dog’s Barking Mean?

by Arden MooreIn conversations, people choose from millions of words and a variety of languages to express themselves. By comparison, dogs do most of their “talking” using postures and body cues. When they do speak, they are capable of making only about 15 different...