Dog Training for New Visitors

Dog Training for New Visitors

Dogs are known for being protective of their owners, especially when they are at home. From barking at the mailman to growling at a salesperson who comes to your door, dogs are wary of strangers in most circumstances. And while this can be beneficial to owners in dangerous situations, it can be difficult to control on a day

5 Cleaning Tips For Homes With Pets

5 Cleaning Tips For Homes With Pets

Over 40 million homes count pets among their occupants, which means there are many people cleaning up after their animals. Pet accidents, vomit, and everyday occurrences like hairballs and shed fur make things challenging for pet owners. If you can relate to this, follow these 5 tips when cleaning your home and things will be much simpler and

How to Stop Puppies from Biting

How to Stop Puppies from Biting

Puppies are curious and energetic. They’re attentive and demanding too. There’s a lot you need to teach them and a lot of things they might do to vex you. For example, learning where and when to pee and poop? That’s a big hurdle! Learning appropriate interactions with humans and other dogs is a big step too. And then

Pay Attention to the Way Your Pet Sleeps

Pay Attention to the Way Your Pet Sleeps

Whether you’re a proud dog or cat owner, you may wonder what your pet’s would say if they could. Our fur-balls can’t talk, but their body language says more than enough. You can learn a lot just by paying attention to your four-legged friend’s sleeping position. Our friends at Sleep Advisor conducted some research to see what your

Melatonin for Dogs

Melatonin for Dogs

This week’s guest post comes from Dr Sarah Robinson. Sarah attended veterinary school at Oklahoma State University receiving a DVM in 2008. Sarah’s longtime interest is to help people to better communicate with their pet companions, and in doing so, to help them to strengthen their relationships with their dogs and cats. Does your dog suffer from an anxiety-related disorder