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If your pup is pregnant, congratulations! This is such an exciting time for everyone involved. While it’s not exactly the same as a human pregnancy, there are a lot of similarities that you should know about as you go through the pregnancy with your precious pup. In this article, we will tackle one of the...

When you decided to own dogs that are siblings, you thought you were doing the right thing by keeping them together. So, why is it now you feel like that’s not what they wanted? Don’t worry; dog sibling aggression is common and it doesn’t have to do with them not loving one another. Dogs are...

Barrier aggression in shelter dogs is common since they spend most of their days in a kennel. Understanding the long-term effects of barrier aggression in shelter dogs can help you decide if adopting a shelter dog is in your best interest. What Is Barrier Aggression in Dogs? Dogs exhibit barrier aggression when they have a...

Vets are trained to handle aggressive dogs, so nothing stops you from taking your dog to the veterinarian. If you’re wondering how vets handle aggressive dogs, keep reading. Common Reasons Dogs Become Aggressive During Veterinary Visits Dogs may become aggressive during veterinary visits for a variety of reasons. Some common triggers for aggressive behavior in...

It can be difficult to know if your dog is aggressive if you’ve only had one dog or if your dog has always been a bit feisty. Since dog aggression has such a notorious reputation, it makes sense you want to know if your dog is considered aggressive. The good news is that you can...

Human pregnancy involves many hormonal changes. These hormone changes can be detected by dogs. How dogs react to those hormonal changes varies, but some dogs become aggressive. Keep reading to learn how being pregnant makes your dog act aggressive. How Dogs Can Smell Pregnancy Dogs can smell up to 10,000 times more than humans. They...

If you have a Chihuahua, you are no stranger to its aggressive nature. While he/she is a small dog, the attitude is big. In some cases, that attitude can get a chihuahua into trouble along with the owner. Below you will learn what to do when a chihuahua aggressive to other dogs. About a Chihuahua’s...

An aggressive dog isn’t an easy dog to care for on most days. While there are ways to help reduce dog aggression, not all pet parents have the patience, determination, and time to do what needs to be done. For that reason, many aggressive dog owners decide to rehome. If you’ve made this decision, keep...

If you have a Boston Terrier, you likely know all about the tendency for the breed to be aggressive toward other dogs. This is a common concern for Boston Terrier owners, but it’s not something that can’t be helped. Below is the information you need to help you with a Boston Terrier aggressive to other...

Dog aggression can be scary and difficult to deal with, which is why many dog owners wonder what they can do to lessen the threat. If you’re dealing with your dog’s aggressive behavior, you’ll be happy to know that CBD oil is a safe and effective option. In this article, you will learn about the...

Aggressive dogs are tricky to board because not every dog boarding facility will accept them. When we had Chelsey, an aggressive Chesapeake Bay Retriever, we had to search high and low for a dog boarding facility that would agree to care for her while we went on vacation. Fortunately for you, we learned a lot...

Dogs are known for their loyalty and affection towards their human companions, but sometimes their playful and curious nature can lead to unexpected behavior. One common problem that many dog owners face is when their dog tears up bed. This can be frustrating and costly to repair, but it’s important to remember that it’s a...

Reintroducing dogs after a fight must be done in a specific way so the fight doesn’t reignite. The following tips can help you reintroduce your 2 dogs, so they don’t continuously go after each other. Reintroducing Dogs After a Fight the Right Way When there is a dog fight, separate the dogs into two rooms....

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