Canine Body Language (part 2)

Dog Faces Even though dogs’ faces and heads come in many shapes and sizes, your dog’s basic facial expressions can tell you a great deal about how he’s feeling. The Eyes Your dog can, within limits, vary the shape and size of his eyes or the direction and intensity of...

Canine Body Language (part 1)

Canine Body Language Dogs are very expressive animals. They communicate when they’re feeling happy, sad, nervous, fearful and angry, and they use their faces and bodies to convey much of this information. Dog body language is an elaborate and sophisticated system of...

Adding a New Dog to your Family (part 3)

The First Couple of Weeks at Home It’s crucial to avoid squabbles during the early stages of your dogs’ new relationship. Pick up all toys, chews, food bowls and your current dog’s favorite items. When dogs are first forming a relationship, these things can cause...

Adding a New Dog to your Family (part 2)

How to get your new dog and your existing dog through introductions: Leave your current dog at home when you pick up your new dog. One of the worst things you can do is to just throw the two of them together in your car and hope for the best! Introduce your dogs on...

Adding a New Dog to your Family (part 1)

As of 2007–2008, there were nearly 75 million pet dogs in the United States, living in nearly 45 million U.S. homes. Although the majority of dog guardians (63%) own just one dog, 25% own two, and 12% own three or more. So if you’ve decided to get a second or third...

Are Cats are Bedder Pets

Compilation of Cats Stealing Dog Beds by http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/10/13/jerk-cats-love-stealing-dog-beds_n_4093467.html   Cats Stealing Dog...