Being able to recognize when your dog is anxious, and the cause, is the key to determining how to calm a nervous dog. Once you know those things, you can develop a strategy to address the issue.
Dogs have 40 times more scent receptors than humans. With their remarkable olfactory memory, and because their world revolves around scent, aromatherapy is ideal for use with dogs.
Do you have a dog whose tail is almost always tucked between their legs and they can’t seem to settle? If so, your dog likely has an anxiety disorder.
If your pet suffers from fear, phobia, or any one of the several types of anxiety, you may wonder what you can do to help calm an anxious dog. There are many different calming products that can help.
Just because the weather is changing doesn’t mean your dog walking routine should. Sticking to regular walks will prevent you and your dog from packing on those winter pounds.
Posting a lost pet to Facebook groups, and your own Facebook profile, can be very helpful. Craigslist is another online tool that many people turn to.
Many pet parents and guests want to share the Thanksgiving feast with the dog. That can be a problem though, because sometimes things on the table contain ingredients that are harmful to them. The best way to ensure that your dog will stay safe while enjoying the Thanksgiving festivities is to make them their own yummy, Thanksgiving feast!
I’m not gonna sugarcoat this...my dog, Penny, is a jerk. She's a reactive dog who, although she has come a long way, acts a little (OK, a lot) nuts sometimes... especially in an unfamiliar environment. My biggest fear is what will happen if she gets lost.