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Anxious Pup Calming Aids
Anxious pets are sensitive to many things in their lives causing them undue stress, separation anxiety, lack of exercise, and too much turmoil or excitement. Many natural remedies are available to calm and relax your dog.
Bad Behavior: A Health Problem?
Training may have nothing to do with behavioral changes in your dog. They may be an indication of the onset of a health problem, old age, or an undetected injury that only your veterinarian can find.
Digging: Why Do Dogs Dig?
Most behaviors of dogs are either the product of instinct, or a learned behavior. Digging behavior is no exception; it is an instinct.
Four Ways to Stop Unwanted Behavior
Indoors or out, you can keep your dog training going with the help of advanced technology and today’s training tools.
Get a Leg Up on Training Your Pup
Determining your dog's best motivator and establishing a consistent cue is key when beginning to train your dog.
How to Curb Excessive Barking
Don't let excessive or chronic barking disturb the peace in your home. Here are four ways to help control undesirable or excessive barking.
How to Discourage Begging
Most of us have slipped a tasty table scrap to our pet. While the occasional morsel of left-over lean meat, unbuttered vegetables, or plain rice won't harm your dog, even one tiny table feeding teaches your dog to beg for food.
Separation Anxiety and Fluoxetine
Find out how dogs with separation anxiety can benefit from prescription fluoxetine to increase the effectiveness of serotonin in your dog's body.
Separation Anxiety Solutions
A dog with separation anxiety becomes abnormally anxious when separated from his owner. The severity of the anxiety and behavior the dog exhibits varies from animal to animal.
Stool Eating: How to Break the Habit
Any owner who catches their dog eating stool is sure to be disgusted, wondering what could bring their dog to resort to such a nasty habit. Although there are many theories as to why, what's important is how you can help break this habit.
Submissive Urination: How to control it
During excitement, young dogs often spontaneously urinate. They have no control over this and sometimes do not even realize it has occurred.
Thunderstorm Phobia: How to Reduce Fear
WITH WARM WEATHER comes the familiar boom of thunder. Does your dog panic at the slightest hint of a thunderstorm? If so, you're not alone.
Thunderstorms: Help Your Pet Conquer Fear
Along with warmer temperatures and longer days, spring and summer bring an increased chance for severe weather. And for many pet owners, severe weather - and thunderstorms in general - means an anxious pet.
Training Tips: Jumping, Chewing & Garbage Diving
Behavior problems are a common and often correctable issue that many dog owners face. Here are a few common problems and solutions to help alleviate your frustration.
Training: How to Stop Jumping Up
Learn about several training techniques and products that can be used to make your dog stop jumping up on you and others.
Why Dogs Sometimes Eat Feces
Some dogs, especially those in kennel situations, may eat feces because they are anxious or stressed.

HEALTHCARE CHECKLISTS Close expanded article descriptions
Noise and Storm Phobia Checklist
Bring this handy checklist to your next veterinarian appointment. Offers an easy visual checklist of your dog’s specific symptoms

PUPPY'S FIRST MONTH Close expanded article descriptions
Biting: Causes, Prevention, and Control
Learn how to reduce the risk of your dog biting someone.
Chewing Behavior: How to control it
Inappropriate chewing behavior can be prevented or controlled. Puppy-proof and eliminate objects not for chewing by replacing them with toys and chews designed for your puppy's natural chewing instinct.

Burying Bones
Eating Grass
Puppies Biting
Rolling in Smelly Things
Problem Behavior
Anxious Pup Calming Aids
Digging: Why Do Dogs Dig?
Separation Anxiety Solutions
Problem Behavior
Get a Leg Up on Training Your Pup
Separation Anxiety and Fluoxetine

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