So, you say your dog knows ” sit.” How about “stay?” Or ” speak?”
Your dog’s tricks aren’t just for show — they can be fabulously functional, too!
Some breeds or individuals are definitely more willing to learn — and to show off their talents — than others.
Before you run out and get one, make sure you’re prepared for the responsibility.
ometimes, however, when an adoring owner places the immediate comfort or wishes of a pet above the pet’s enduring wellness, it can lead to problems later.
There’s nothing cuter than a dog doing a trick — and, sometimes, nothing more annoying. Although it may not sound like a big deal for a dog to do a trick without a signal from his pet parent, it can actually be a major issue, depending on the dog and the trick.
By Liz Palika, Vetstreet.com Everyone needs appropriate opportunities to release stress, expend energy and give boredom the boot. That includes people, dogs, cats and, yes, even rabbits and ferrets. Such actions offer physical and mental enrichment while helping to keep unwanted behaviors at bay. Here are some ways you can enrich your pet’s life and […]
Although dog training has become more of a science than a craft in recent years, some persistent myths still mislead us when reading canine behavior. Don’t let a myth harm your relationship with your pooch. Here, we dispel 14 common myths and look at the facts.