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How to Ease Your Dog’s Separation Anxiety

Medically Reviewed by Amy Flowers, DVM on May 28, 2023 Written by WebMD Editorial ContributorsDoes your dog get nervous when they see you getting ready to leave the house? Do they go bonkers with joy when you come home? Did they destroy your shoes, claw the door, or...

Why Do Dogs Dig?

by Stephanie GibeaultDigging is such a source of joy for so many dogs. Has your dog filled your yard with holes? Does your garden look like gophers had a wild party? Digging is a common problem behavior in dogs, and many dog owners suffer the consequences at some...

Understanding, Preventing, and Treating Dog Anxiety

By Randa Kriss May 14, 2019 Just like humans, dogs experience anxiety. While unpleasant, it is a normal and also healthy emotion. Dog anxiety can affect all breeds, but may affect each individual dog differently. Although it is something that all dogs experience from...

Interpreting Your Dog’s Barking

By Stanley Coren, Sarah Hodgson Though your dog won’t “talk” to you in English, you can interpret both her intentions and immediate desires if you know what to listen for. The following table outlines the range of sounds dogs make, providing you with a human...

What to do about Separation Anxiety?

One of the most common complaints of pet parents is that their dogs are disruptive or destructive when left alone. Their dogs might urinate, defecate, bark, howl, chew, dig or try to escape. Although these problems often indicate that a dog needs to be taught polite...