Why is my dog eating rocks? It could be Pica
A common problem in dogs is the ingestion of unnatural objects such as candy wrappers, toilet paper, rocks or socks. Not only is this behavior a nuisance around the house, but the swallowing of non-food particles poses a serious threat to the health of the dog. The problem requires attention and treatment.
20 tips to help minimize your dog’s destructive behavior
Barking, whining, escaping, destructive behavior or, in severe cases, self-mutilation can be your dog’s way of expressing anxiety over your absence. What can you do?
My dog is anxious, what causes separation anxiety?
Dogs need to be properly conditioned to being left alone. If not, separation anxiety can occur. Giving a dog too much or the wrong type of attention can lead to such stress related behaviors.
My dog is anxious, do they have separation anxiety?
Separation anxiety in dogs is the fear or dislike of isolation, which often results in undesirable behavior. Separation anxiety is one of the most common causes of canine behavioral problems. True clinical separation anxiety is not common. Consult your veterinarian to get a correct diagnosis.
All you ever wanted to know about Prey Drive in Dogs
All dogs have some level of prey drive (the motivation to chase, catch and kill small furry or feathered creatures). Hunting and killing was a way of life for their ancestors and the means for their survival.
6 common dog behavior myths deciphered
By Guest Dog Blogger, Penny I’m sure my owner has heard at least a few of the myths that are out there and dog behavior myths can be untrue and…