Psychology


Submissive Urination
 Submissive urination is an instinctive response to fear or anxiety. Some dogs outgrow the behaviour when they are older and others just don’t and need more help dealing with it. If you have been away for a while and then saw your dog, your dog greets you and immediately pees. […]

Submissive Urination in Dogs


Dog water bowl
  One of the most common problems and tricks that dogs do is spill their water bowls by digging. My dogs sometimes do the same and I have always wondered why. Writing this article gave me insight on something that I personally deal with and know that most of you […]

Why dogs sometimes dig in their water bowls and spill


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Drooling is definitely not one of the many perks of having dogs, however as dog parents we just adopt and deal. What we believed to be disgusting is now just ordinary and cute because we know it’s just a sticky kiss. Drooling is normal when it comes to dogs. Yes, […]

Why dogs drool



Why dogs chase their tails
  By raising dogs comes great responsibility. Having them around brings all sorts of emotions, laughter and humor is no exception. One of very famous and funny behaviors that some puppies do is chasing their tails. At this stage they are still exploring their capabilities learning what they can do. […]

Why dogs chase their tails


Food aggression
In a previous article we talked about the study that showed how dogs are pro-social beings and how they share and give without return. In this article we will shed more light on the dogs who don’t share, more specifically dogs who don’t share food and how we can improve […]

Food aggression in dogs


do dogs share
  Humans are said to be pro-social beings, which means that we humans can give without receiving a benefit in return. Other species have shown similar behavior, however it was not until recently that a study was done to prove that dogs also are pro-social beings; meaning in some cases, […]

Do dogs share?



Why dogs love digging
  Digging can be so much fun! It’s not hard to understand why dogs just love digging. To be honest not all dogs dig, but most of them do. Yes it can be frustrating if you’ve just renovated your backyard, but it’s always helpful to understand why dogs do certain […]

Why dogs love digging


  One of the worst traits a dog can obtain is aggression. Aggression can be the result of poor socialization, genetics or even hormones. Treating aggression is of course important, but what is more important is understanding the reason behind the aggression. The more you learn about the reason, the […]

Why your dog is attacking you or your family members


Why dogs shake their bodies
  Don’t you just love it when your dogs shake their bodies after that bath you just gave them? No? Really? Moving on to today’s article we will explain another behavior that your dog is showing and yet you may not understand. If you haven’t guessed already, we will be explaining […]

Why dogs shake their bodies when they are not wet



comforting your dog
 Some people are concerned that by comforting and petting their dogs when they are scared, they will encourage them to be more fearful. However this is not what we believe. Yes some people in the past claimed that this theory is true but according to new research done on the stress […]

Comforting your dog when they are scared


hurt your dog's feelings
  When we come to think of what training means to dogs, we often believe that it is some sort of communication. This communication allows both us and our dogs to live along in harmony. Sometimes we, as humans, go unintentionally and send our pups mixed feelings that don’t only […]

5 Ways you’re hurting your dog’s feelings


  Post traumatic stress disorder is a type of anxiety that is caused after some kind of accident or abuse. As it can happen to humans it can most certainly happen to dogs too. Car accidents, physical abuse, negative engagement with other dogs, or even natural disasters are all examples […]

Post traumatic stress disorder in dogs



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