Feeding An Adult Dog
Your guide to proper feeding of an adult dog.
Top 10 Dog Care Essentials
There are few things in life that are more fun and rewarding than bringing a dog into your family.
Top 10 Dog Care Tips
With the proper care, your dog will be a welcome member of your clan for many happy, healthy years.
Dispelling shelter dog myths: Myth #2
Editorial: Some people believe a dog’s behavior is due to the way he was raised, but this isn’t entirely true; read the second of our series on shelter-dog myths.
Choosing a shelter dog
The decision to adopt your pup from a shelter is a step in the right direction — learn what questions to ask and how to choose the perfect shelter dog for your family.
Accidents in housetrained dogs
Question: Why is my housetrained dog suddenly having accidents? Answer: When you notice a sudden change in your pet’s elimination habits, the first step is to visit your veterinarian. Problems such as urinary tract infections, kidney disease, bladder stones, and gastrointestinal diseases can lead to inappropriate urination or defecation (in other words, changes in where […]
Teaching old dogs new tricks
Training adult and senior dogs
Dogs’ exercise needs
Question: How do I know if my dog is getting enough exercise? Answer: Breed and age are the two big factors to take into consideration when determining how much exercise your dog should get. Adult dogs (between one and six years of age) naturally require more exercise than older dogs, and working, sporting, herding, and […]
bathroom breaks for dogs?
How many times a day should I give my dog a bathroom break?
A case for adult dogs
The myths surrounding homeless adult dogs keep some potential adopters at bay. Learn the truth about adult shelter dogs and give these, loving, loyal dogs a second look.
Older dogs rule
If you're thinking about adopting a dog be sure to give adult dogs a fair shot. You may be surprised at the many benefits of adopting a cultured canine.
What to expect from your adult dog
The trouble with puppies
9 drawbacks to adopting a puppy