My Dog Ate Chicken Bones Eating cooked chicken bones can be dangerous to your dog. By John Strassburger Published:December 25, 2022 Dogs tend to gorge when an appealing meal presents itself, and chicken bones—like this dog who looks like he … Read More

Stop Barking

A visitor walks up to your front porch and rings the doorbell. Your dog goes wild, barking and jumping about. The excitement continues for the next few minutes until you can calm down your furry friend. If you’re a dog … Read More

My Doggy Has a Tummy Ache!

Health Pepto Bismol for Dogs: How to Use It Safely Pepto Bismol is safe for dogs when used properly. By Dr. Kathryn Allen Published:July 8, 2022 1 Pepto Bismol helps dogs with vomiting and diarrhea. @Cunaplus_M.Faba/Getty Images Vomiting and/or diarrhea … Read More

Please Don’t “Alpha” Your Dog

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Behavior Life with your dog shouldn’t resemble some sort of dystopian boot camp. Mutual respect based on clear communication and kindness set the stage for cooperation and peace. By Pat Miller, CBCC-KA, CPDT-KA Published:March 22, 2022 WHOLE-DOG-JOURNAL.COM Author, Pat Miller, … Read More

Separation Anxiety in Dogs

What the mainstream media (and your Instagram feed) gets wrong about separation anxiety in dogs. Malena Demartini and Maia Huff-Owen, KPA-CTP, CSAT Separation anxiety is akin to a phobia in humans. Fear like that cannot be modified by using quick … Read More

DOG GROOMING GUIDE

How to Properly Groom Your Dog at Home Keeping your dog clean is an essential way to improve her health. Not only that, but it makes cuddling and bonding time more joyful and memorable. One of the best ways to improve your … Read More

4 Ways Dogs Show Love Dogs are excellent pets that have proven their loyalty and love for humans over the years. Many household have dogs as pets. These canine companions provide security for their owners and serve multiple functions in … Read More

Worth Repeating!

10 Things Dogs Teach Us About What Matters Most Whether they’re eating a bowl of kibble or chasing a ball, dogs live for the present moment. The past is gone; you can’t do anything about it. The future is unknown. … Read More

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