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Although thunderstorms can instill fear, dogs can be trained to manage their reactions and feel calmer through all the noise and bright flashes. Thunderstorms are a common fear in dogs, causing many to panic and run away, become destructive, or even hurt themselves. Dogs can sense a storm's approach by the rapidly falling barometric pressure, and they can begin to show signs of anxiety even before the storm can be heard. read more…
Some dogs are Olympic swimmers and some can just do the "dog paddle". That is up to them. What we can do, as good pet owners, is to assure their safety in the pool. Here are some tips.Can WE teach your dog to swim?No.
What can you do when your Fluffy is constantly picking up his leg in your home? Move?
What if you only could eat corn flakes, toast (no butter), or crackers? Pretty boring, right? Well, how do you think Rover feels when you put that bowl of dry kibble in front of him?
It is really amazing how many of our clients' dogs pull them down the street... Even the little five pounders!I would like to provide you with a quick and easy thing to try when your dog is pulling your down the street. Simply turn around 180 degrees, walk in the opposite direction for about 10