DOG Behavior

  • January 7, 2016 • Obsession • Views: 13192

    Why Dogs Hoard? Hoarding Behavior in Dogs.

    How to find if your dog is a hoarder? It is so easy, if you notice that your dog has a tendency to hide food around the house, gather up toys and stand guard over them, then your dog is positive for hoarding behavior. Hoarding is a conduct...

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  • January 7, 2016 • Obsession • Views: 7251

    Why Do Dogs Chase Their Tails?

    The truth about dogs is that they need not do anything other than stay there to look charming. However, their clever little ways make every one of them endearing and cute. Tail chasing is essentially a part of a puppy’s growth and...

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  • January 7, 2016 • Obsession • Views: 7333

    Why do Dogs Chase their Tail? How to Deal with tail chasing...

    Man’s best buddy can give a wide range of fun and elicit a lot of laughs in the household. However, maybe nothing is more entertaining than seeing your dog all of a sudden begins to have a fixation on their own particular tail and...

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  • January 7, 2016 • Obsession • Views: 14046

    How to Deal With Obsessive Dog Behaviours?

    A dog’s obsessive behavior can be irritating, and might even be damaging for your puppy and additionally for you and your environment. The conduct is similar to an addiction that the dog has a troublesome time controlling. One of the...

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  • January 6, 2016 • Loneliness • Views: 2519

    Why do Dogs Run Away? How To Stop It?

    Dog shelters abound with numerous dogs because of the reality that some of them run away and never made it back home or were not claimed by their owners. It is one of the greatest stresses of numerous dog proprietors, who battle with...

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  • January 6, 2016 • Loneliness • Views: 6251

    Do Dogs Feel Lonely? If So, How To Prevent It?

    Loneliness is a standout amongst the most well-known reasons for behavioral problems in dogs. Dogs have an inborn longing to lead a dynamic way of life, and for a large number of years, they were reared in ways that satisfied this normal...

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  • January 6, 2016 • Loneliness • Views: 10629

    Signs That A Senior Needs A Dog

    A senior citizen needs a dog because a four-legged buddy can help elderly individuals in a wide range of ways, however, getting a dog may not be a thought they think of all alone. How would you know if a senior citizen needs a dog? Here...

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  • January 6, 2016 • Hyperness • Views: 2719

    How To Be Careful With Hyper Dogs?

    Handlers or pet owners are frequently persuaded that their pups are hyper and they have attention deficit issue. The reality is these conditions truly exist in dogs. However, hyperkinesis is considered an uncommon condition in dogs. A...

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  • January 6, 2016 • Hyperness • Views: 2418

    How To Stop Dog From Jumping On People?

    Puppies and dogs normally jump up on individuals when they make proper acquaintance. Simply because we’re taller than they are. The same thing when they meet other dogs, they sniff on each other’s face. They get a kick out of...

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  • January 6, 2016 • Hyperness • Views: 6872

    How To Calm A Hyper Dog?

    If you see that your dog appears hyper, or excessively energized, the issue likely comes from fatigue and an absence of incitement. To address the issue, you need to evaluate the way you are communicating with your dog and the sort of...

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  • January 6, 2016 • Fear and Anxiety • Views: 6233

    How To Deal With Child Fearful Of Dogs ?

    There are valid reasons why a child becomes fearful of dogs. The first is, they might not have had a great deal of involvement with dogs even as a young child or maybe there was a traumatic incident involving dogs that made them fearful of...

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  • January 6, 2016 • Fear and Anxiety • Views: 2358

    How To Deal With Dog Separation Anxiety ?

    Just like people, flawless dogs are quite elusive. Dogs that show separation anxiety is a pet’s misrepresented apprehension over getting detached or left behind by its handler or owner. It is a present day and modern illness that is...

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  • January 6, 2016 • Fear and Anxiety • Views: 14303

    How To Approach A Fearful Dog ?

    It is easy to determine if the dog is afraid or fearful. Simply read and understand their body gestures like; shuddering, groveling, eyes turning away, and tail that gets tucked between their legs. However, how you deal with them and what...

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  • January 6, 2016 • Chewing • Views: 2512

    Causes Of Unwanted Chewing And How To Stop It ?

    Chewing is a typical conduct for puppies, particularly when they’re teething; it’s the means by which they find out about their surroundings. Some pet owners neglect to oversee the cause behind dog chewing, maybe because they...

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  • December 28, 2015 • Chewing • Views: 12411

    How To Clean Your Dog’s Teeth

    What makes dogs different from humans is that their teeth are not vulnerable to cavities or tooth decay. However, no matter how clean a dog’s mouth can be, their teeth are prone to issues like tartar, plaque formation and gingivitis....

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