Doggy Sleeping Positions

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6 Doggy Sleeping Positions That Tell You A Lot About Your Beloved Pup

As much as we would love our pets to be able to actually speak to us about themselves, they just can’t. So sometimes, we as pet owners have to learn what they like and don’t like by taking notice of many important clues and information they can provide.

For example, as you may know, we can learn a lot about human behaviour and an individual’s moods from being aware of the signals given to us by their body language, including facial expressions and body positions. And so it is with our canine family members. Read more Doggy Sleeping Positions

Preventing Separation Anxiety in Puppies

Preventing Separation Anxiety in Puppies

Preventing separation anxiety in puppies may prove to be one of a puppy owner’s most important tasks. It is a serious problem that is much easier to prevent than to treat, so start with prevention.

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Six ways to control dog’s barking

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Here are six ways to help stop or control dog’s barking. All of them have been found to be very successful but don’t expect results overnight. The longer your dog has been barking, the longer it will take for him to change his ways.Some of these techniques require you to have an idea as to why your dog barks.

Always remember to keep these tips in mind while training –

  • Don’t yell at your dog to be quiet—it just sounds like you’re barking along with him.
  • Keep your training sessions positive and upbeat.
  • Be consistent so you don’t confuse your dog. Everyone in your family must apply the training methods every time your dog barks inappropriately. You can’t let your dog get away with inappropriate barking sometimes and not others.

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Source: How to Get Your Dog to Stop Barking : The Humane Society of the United States (opens in new tab/window)

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Why Do Dogs Dig in Their Beds?

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Why do dogs dig?

Why do dogs dig and scratch before they settle down to sleep, no matter what effect it has on your couch, bed, or carpet? They circle around and sniff and scratch before finally settling, and in the process often re-arrange all their bedding.

Recently, as temperatures started to dip, I found a thick throw rug at a thrift store. I thought it looked like a warm bit of bedding that my dog could use Read more Why Do Dogs Dig in Their Beds?