Constipation in Puppies

Constipation in puppies may squat and strain unproductively for long periods of time. To promote regularity, add 1/2 teaspoon to your small puppy’s food or about 2 tablespoons to a big puppy’s diet. Constipation refers to the infrequent passage of dry, hard feces. If defecation… Read More

Understanding Dog Talk

Dogs are social creatures that live together, and so they need a dog language in order to get along. How dogs communicate with one another is based on a system of common signals. Obviously, dogs can’t talk, so their “language” is comprised of other signals-primarily… Read More

Puppy and Baby Introductions

Introduce your puppy and baby properly and they’ll be on their way to becoming great friends. A dog’s interaction with babies can have positive benefits besides furry love. Studies show that infants who grow up with pets have a much lower chance of developing allergies… Read More

What Different Puppy Sounds Mean

Barking, howling, and growling, oh my! When your crying puppy drives you crazy with whimpers, yelps, barks, and howls, how can you understand all those puppy sounds? Canine communication helps reinforce your puppy’s social position within his family. Puppy talk may invite you to come… Read More