My dog is anxious, do they have separation anxiety? part 2
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.
In Dogs we Trust
What let’s you know you can trust a dog? Is it a feeling; something tangible; or can you really trust a dog? By Laura Pakis, Certified Professional Dog Trainer and…
BEWARE: your dog’s behavior might change when you move to a new home
Moving to a new home is stressful on everyone! Humans starting new jobs and having to take care of the details of getting furniture and people moved. Moves can be stressful for us dogs too!
Submissive Urination in Dogs
Submissive urination plagues about one in ten dog owners (the dogs don’t know it’s a problem), and is essentially a personality trait. This is not a housetraining problem, and should…
Dog Training Advice for Dog Owners Whose Dog Barks
In response to the Columbus Dispatch article on Columbus dogs biting Postal Workers. I am concerned about the advice given by Meghan Herron who suggests, “removing dogs from the room when…