Relating with their Environment

Animals need to be in contact with other living beings from a very young age. This way, they’ll develop a positive relationship with their environment and will grow into healthy pets. This section addresses the typical problems that come from a lack of contact betwen a pet and its surroundings.

Indoor And Outdoor Pets

Is there a classification between indoor and outdoor pets? Also, is it better for pets to sleep indoors or outside? These are some of the questions pet owners face. Below, you can look at some general guidelines to determine if…

Is Your Dog a Good Hunter?

Have you noticed your dog being very focused on the movements of birds and insects when you’re outside? If so, this means your dog has inherited instinctive behaviors — such as herding or hunting — from their wild ancestors. In order…

Reasons Why Dogs Howl

Beyond any myths or popular beliefs, this article explains several reasons why dogs howl. This way, you will know what’s happening with your pet and what you can do to help him. Why Do Dogs Howl? This canine behavior has…

Why Do Dogs Eat Grass?

Have you ever asked yourself why dogs eat grass? The first answers that may come to mind are “because they want to purge” or “they may have a stomach ache.” However, these are not the only reasons why dogs have…

Compulsive Disorders and Manias in Dogs

Compulsive disorders and manias in dogs are among the most frequent behavioral disturbances in pets. They consist of clinical patterns where the animal loses its ability to control its emotions, which instead they are expressed through certain obsessive behaviors. This…

4 Steps to a Better Walk with Your Dog

Going on a walk is one of the most anticipated moments of a dog’s day. It is their time for fun and socialization with their friends. If you want to have outstanding quality walks, keep reading because we’re going to…