Whether it’s with a room clearing fart, crying and pawing at a closed bedroom door, or jumping up on the bed during the act, dogs have a unique talent for making sexy time anything but. Here are some common doggy issues that can kill your sex life–and how to fix them!
New research suggests that you may need to frequently use your dog’s chosen name when training. Pups can distinguish their names in a fairly noisy environment. What’s more, they even respond when called by a stranger–making it the perfect training for service and therapy dogs.
Now that spring is here and April is bringing its showers, your pup could probably use some fun indoor activities to fight the boredom. Fortunately, there a few things you can do inside on a rainy day that may keep your dog mentally and physically in shape!
Few things can put a damper on the joy of bringing a new puppy into your home than unwanted accidents. If you are looking for ways to housetrain your puppy, you are not alone. Here’s what you should know.
Dog training can come in different forms, but science has continually backed up one particular method: positive rewards-based training. Find out why this humane form of training is the best for encouraging good behavior and strengthening your bond with your dog.
This January is National Train Your Dog Month, so make a New Year’s Resolution to learn something new with your four-legged friend. Your pup will appreciate it all year long!
Dogs don’t come with instruction manuals, but these dog training books from renown trainers and authors have helped lots of people learn how to train their pups.
Training is meant to be a positive bonding experience between humans and their pooches. Sadly, many uneducated trainers resort to punishment, which defeats the purpose of training.
With some time and patience, any dog can learn new tricks. These are ten of our favorites that are sure to impress your friends and family.
If your New Year’s resolution is to teach your dog some new tricks, spend more time with your pup, or just strengthen your bond, National Train Your Dog Month is a great time to start.
Sit, shake, fetch, and play dead. Those are probably the most basic and known tricks that a dog can master. But if your dog is already great at those, you’ll be happy to know about some other unique, cute tricks that you can practice for the new year.
Dogs aren’t born knowing how to walk on leash. It takes training! Check out what master trainer Ian Dunbar has to say about teaching your dog good leash manners.
Does your puppy like to pull on their leash? Does your dog refuse to walk with their leash loose? Learn how to train any dog–puppy or adult–to behave while walking on a leash.
In order to be well-adjusted pets, dogs need both mental and physical stimulation on a daily basis. The desire to “keep busy” is deeply ingrained in the majority of dogs.
You wonder if you did the right thing getting a dog–particularly this dog? Troubleshooting advice for new dog owners.
My puppy is constantly biting my pant legs. What can I do?
Teaching dogs isn’t just for adults; here are 10 tricks and commands that children eight years and older can teach four-legged canines family members (with adult supervision).
Fall means back to school for kids and that’s a perfect time for you to spend some quality time with you pup and teach him or her some new tricks and basic commands.
With continued loving guidance your pup will be greeting all visitors in a calm manner, even the mailman!
Is your dog chewing you out of house and home? It could be boredom or displacement behavior. Learn why dogs chew and how to redirect your dog's destructive chewing.
Dogs are being saved and human lives are being transformed through this amazing program that teams behaviorally challenged dogs with prison inmates in maximum security.