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Puppy Obedience 101

By Mike Shafer

Have you ever wished your dog would be more obedient? Or that he would just do some of the basics that other dogs can do? Well, with a little guidance and some consistency, you can have Fido honor-roll-ready!

How Well Do You Know Your Dog?

By Justin Young

We often rely on our dog's body, ears, and tail to interpret how he's feeling. But a smile or wagging tail does not always mean your dog's happy. Knowing how your dog communicates will keep you and your family safe and lower your dog’s stress.

Stop Your Cat from Being a Bully

By Suzanne Hetts

Conflicts among family cats, in my experience, are second only to litter box problems as the most common behavior problem in cats. Sometimes the two are related. Understand your cats' behavior and needs to help your kitties get along better.

Basic Instinct: Dogs and Chewing

By Tony Johnson

Your dog may chew things you wish he'd leave alone: shoes, furniture, even parts of your house. And sometimes chewing leads to health problems for dogs. Here are 5 expert-recommended ways for your dog to get his chew on while you still have something to wear to work in the morning.

Service Dog FAQs

By Roslyn McKenna

Service dogs aren't just for the blind. Learn about service dogs and how difficult it is to train or receive a service dog.

Clicker Training Raptors & Other Animals

By Roslyn McKenna

You might be surprised to learn you can clicker train almost any animal, from mice, chickens, and butterflies to velociraptors.

Preparing for Your Dog’s First Trip to the Office

By Justin Young

Thinking of taking your dog to the office this Friday for National Take Your Dog to Work Day? Make sure you’re not biting off more than you can chew.