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At DogsBestLife.com, we know you love your furry companion, and we want to help you both live life to the fullest.

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Is it better to have two dogs? If you plan to leave your dog during the day while you are at work, it may be better to have two dogs so that they can keep each other company.

Help your dog sleep all night: The most common cause of canine insomnia is pent-up energy. Help your dog sleep through the night by making sure she gets plenty of exercise.

Why does my dog get hiccups? Dog hiccups are so common some veterinarians think that they can be a part of the laundry list of “growing pains” some puppies must endure.

Could my dog have canine autism? Most puppies and dogs diagnosed with “canine autism” are reactive and often lack socialization skills. Reactive animals often inherit an anxiety disorder.

Use music to soothe separation anxiety: Soothe dog separation anxiety with music, not medication. The right tune can calm your dog, so he can relax and fall asleep.

Aggressive puppy warning signs: Common aggressive puppy behavior warning signs include snarling, growling, mounting, snapping, lunging, challenging stance, aggressive barking, and biting.

Couch potato dogs for couch potato owners: Make an honest assessment of your lifestyle to help you choose the right dog. If you’re a couch potato, get a couch potato dog, not a high energy dog.

Can dogs see color? It’s a common misconception that a dog’s vision is limited to only black and white or that they suffer from color blindness. In reality, a dog’s vision does give them the ability to perceive color. They just don’t see the same shades we do like red and green. They have fewer color vision cells so that they can see shades of blue and violet, brown, and yellow. Cells in the retina called cones give dogs greater depth perception and peripheral vision. 

 

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Ready to go back to work? Prepare your dog to be home alone

Dogs and other pets on a video conference call. Dog home alone again? If you're preparing to go back to work, get your dog ready. To prevent separation anxiety, use training, treats, and a safe space.

Dog home alone again? If you’re preparing to go back to work, get your dog ready. To prevent separation anxiety, use training, treats, and a safe space.

Coronavirus and dogs: Can canines get COVID-19?

Small brown and white dog wears a mask. Dogs and coronavirus: Canines unlikely to catch or transmit the virus to people or other animals, World Small Animal Veterinary Association says.

Dogs and coronavirus: Canines unlikely to catch or transmit the virus to people or other animals, World Small Animal Veterinary Association says.

How to keep your dog active during quarantine

Owner pets golden retriever. Dogs during quarantine: Avoid going to the vet unless it's essential.

Dogs during quarantine: Try to keep your dog’s routine as normal as possible. Practice social distancing during walks, maintain nutrition, and stay home.

How to keep your dog happy during quarantine

Quarantine with your dog: Woman holds beagle on her lap while typing on a computer.

Quarantine with your dog: Make sure you have enough food, take lots of walks, play games with your pup, and don’t forget to snuggle.

7 ways to help your dog overcome fireworks fear

Photo illustration shows dog fireworks fear

Dog fireworks fear remedies: Tire out your dog, keep him busy, confine him away from the noise and reward your dog for calm behavior.

Is an Australian Kelpie the right dog for you?

Australian Kelpie dog breed

The Australian Kelpie was bred to be nimble and quick, and herding sheep is the dog’s primary working role. They occasionally are used as family pets.

Is a Rottweiler the right dog for you?

The Rottweiler is as obedient and good-natured as it is strong and powerful. They absolutely love to be with their human parents.

The Rottweiler is as obedient and good-natured as it is strong and powerful. They absolutely love to be with their human parents.

Could my dog have canine autism?

Most puppies and dogs diagnosed with canine autism are reactive and often lack socialization skills. Reactive animals often inherit an anxiety disorder.

Most puppies and dogs diagnosed with canine autism lack socialization skills. They don’t like to be touched and usually won’t make eye contact.

6 practical ways to care for your dog after neutering

Poodle puppy wears an e-collar. Follow these helpful tips to care for your dog after neutering or spaying to ensure a speedy recovery. Keep your dog calm and use an e-collar if needed.

Follow these helpful tips to care for your dog after neutering or spaying to ensure a speedy recovery. Keep your dog calm and use an e-collar if needed.

Keep your dog’s feet and nails healthy

Owner applies ointment to dog's paw. Practice good paw care by using a balm or ointment to prevent your dog's paws from becoming rough or cracked.

Practice good paw care by examining your dog’s feet every day and trim the nails as needed. Dogs are prone to foot injuries.