animal behavior

Six Behavioral Problems in Dogs

Your pet’s behavior is based on his training and certain traits on his breed. However, dogs often have behavioral problems due to a lack of socialization or genetics. Read this article to learn about some aspect that plan an important…

Advice to Avoid Getting in Trouble with Your Dog

Just because you love animals doesn’t mean everyone else does too. Some neighbors might not like dogs, so pet owners must set rules and limitations in order to coexist with others. Hopefully, your dog won’t be the one responsible for causing…

Hairballs in Cats: Causes, Symptoms and Treatments

Needless to say, felines love to groom themselves and cleanse themselves … This, coupled with the rough texture of their tongues, can result in some digestive problems. Why? Well, hairballs in cats often cause the animal to vomit, feel fatigued, or…

Tips for Stopping a Dog Fight

Dogs are territorial animals, and when they see what they consider their territory to be threatened, they can get very angry. Even when your dog is calm, he could become involved in a fight accidentally. If the other dog attacks…

What to Do if Your Dog is Becoming Aggressive

Dogs are adorable pets that have won the reputation of “man’s best friend.” Throughout human history they have been adapting their behavior until becoming not only useful, but also friendly. Therefore, it is usually worrying when a dog becomes aggressive.…

Science Shows that Dogs Have Feelings

Can dogs have feelings? Are these animals capable of feeling empathy? The perception that we have of animals is continuously changing. The conscience of animals Both the scientific community and the legal world have been reluctant to accept that animals…

Tips for Socializing Your Dog

We all want our pets to be happy and healthy. Did you know that one of the secrets to this is to allow them to have contact with other animals? It doesn’t matter if they don’t live in the same…

5 Common Calming Signals in Your Dog

Dogs are constantly communicating with other dogs and people. To communicate with us, our dogs mainly use body language. Sometimes it’s obvious, but other times things escape us. Find out these 5 common calming signals in your dog that we often overlook.

Medication To Help Your Dog’s Fear Of Fireworks

When Christmas and New Year’s festivities approach, we humans are able to enjoy firework shows. Fireworks explode all over the world in celebration. But for certain members of the family, it’s not such a fun time. This is the case…

How To Calm Down A Dog That’s Having A Tantrum

The temperament of dogs varies according to their personality. So, how can we calm down a dog that’s displaying angry or aggressive behavior? There are a number of techniques you can try. Sure, genetics have a role to play. However,…

Do You Know Why Dogs Howl?

It’s an experience we’ve all lived through. First you hear one howl. Gradually, more and more dogs howl. They join the chorus from near and far. Then, so many dogs howl that they form a long line of communication. Of…

How to Make Your Dog Stop Begging For Food

It’s something that’s truly intolerable: Sitting at the table with the dog begging for food. Some, even after just finishing their own food. But they also do anything anything to make us feel sorry for them. Basically, they just want a…

Why You Shouldn’t Punish Barking

We love it when our dog barks while we play with him or when he is defending our home. But if your dog barks when he shouldn’t, it could be annoying for you and others around you.