• Stop Your Puppy From Chewing On Your Shoes (And Everything Else Too)

    2 years ago - By Dog for Dog

    Puppies. They're cute, adorable as heck, and as many people know, a lot of work. From the moment your new puppy comes home, they're learning where they fit in. Considering that they've only been alive for a couple months, it's understandable that they need to learn what they can - and can't - do. There's potty training, of course, but one of the biggest issues owners seem to face with a puppy is the dreaded chewing stage.
    It's a known fact that puppies chew up everything in sight. They're not picky. They don't care if it's your $5 flip flops or your $100 pumps, they just like shoes. And...
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  • Top 10 dog breeds for protection

    2 years ago - By Cesars Way

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    By Nicole Pajer
    Throughout history, one of the main jobs of the domesticated dog has been to protect its owners and guard against unwanted people or animals. While many modern dogs will instinctually act as home guardians, there are specific breeds that are known for possessing the characteristics needed to best ward off unwanted intruders.
    Due to their temperament, physical strength, courage, loyalty, and...
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  • How to keep your dog safe and at ease when the fireworks start

    2 years ago - By Cesars Way

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    By Cesar Millan
    Keeping dogs calm on the Fourth of July
    Some dogs have no problem with the sight and sound of fireworks if they've been desensitized — hunting dogs, for example, grow used to the sounds and smells of hunting rifles and gun powder. Most dogs, however, are not used to these things, so the Fourth of July can be a particularly stressful holiday for dogs and their humans alike.
    More pets run away on the...
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  • Why do dogs lick?

    2 years ago - By Cesars Way

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    by Josh Weiss-Roessler
    See if this sounds familiar: After going for a long walk with your dog and feeding her, you sit down to relax. She comes over, so you start petting her, but as soon as you do, the licking begins. You're not a fan, but it isn't a big deal at first... and then it progresses until she's slobbering all over your face.
    This happens every single time you offer affection! Why?
    Dogs lick their...
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