An aggressive dog often needs more exercise, socialization and may suffer from health issues. Work with your veterinarian, dog trainer to control aggression.
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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: 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.
Bake dog cakes to celebrate your pup’s special occasions including birthdays and holidays. Or bake a special cake to spoil your dog any day.
Breeds that tend to be more prone to developing canine cancer include Golden Retrievers, Boxers, German Shepherds, and Cocker Spaniels.
Raccoons and other wildlife will eat pet food left outdoors. Protect your dog by feeding him indoors or by supervising outdoor meals.
Dog-friendly home renovations range from purchasing pet stairs to adding dog-specific showering areas or built-in food and water bowls.
Clean up dog hair with ease using these simple tools: Use slipcovers, duct tape, a vacuum, a humidifier, and regular grooming.
Choose dog food with the right nutrients to help keep your dog fit. A balanced diet is essential for your dog to be happy and healthy.
Using seat covers, a dog hammock, or a harness to dog-proof your car keeps your pup safe and protects your vehicle from dirt and scratches.
Driving with your dog: Keep pup restrained in the backseat to reduce distractions and keep you both safe if you’re in a crash.
When you’re thinking about what you need to do to give your new Dachshund the best care, focus on nutrition and physical safety.