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DOG BEHAVIOR BLOGS

Here you will find blogs about the dog his behavior and how to deal with that.


Depression in Dogs| Symptoms, Causes & Treatments

People suffering from depression will exhibit cognitive and behavioral signs. They will sleep more, be less active or inactive, and show little to no interest in doing the things that they previously enjoyed. They appear sad, tired, and have a decreased appetite. They have trouble thinking clearly and problem solving.  

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Dog Body Language, Communicate & Education

Dogs are very expressive animals. They talk with their bodies. By adopting different postures, they can very well indicate how they feel. Happy, anxious, tense, uncertain, nervous. But how can you tell how your dog is feeling?

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Dog Brain Games: 8x Fun Brain Games For Dogs

What are good mental brain games for dogs? Mental stimulation for dogs is important. The brain training is a fun way to build a strong bond with your dog. The brain games will entertain your dog. When doing brain games you are engaging your dog's brain in creative ways. 

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Dog Health: How to Keep a Dog Healthy Naturally?

How to keep your dog healthy naturally? All kinds of disorders and diseases can be prevented by proper housing, nutrition and care. In this blog you will read how to keep your dog healthy for as long as possible and what preventive measures a dog owner can take against diseases and illnesses.

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12 Types of Aggressive Behavior in Dogs | Behavior & Education

Signs that your dog may become aggressive is a serious topic we need to discuss. Dogs can be aggressive towards other dogs or towards humans. It is important to recognize aggressively signs of your dog and how to handle with these situations. Aggression is the most common and most serious behavior problem in dogs. It’s also the number-one reason why pet parents seek professional help from behaviorists, trainers and veterinarians.

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10 Symptoms of Lonely Dogs, Symptoms & Tips

Loneliness by dogs is an underestimated and often invisible problem. Most of them are naturally social animals for which contact with a fellow pet companion or with the owner is a basic necessity of life. Nevertheless, most animals live alone and only get 8 minutes of attention per day. Who can not spend more time with his pet, can better not take one, says experts. 

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10 Surprising Ways to Tell Your Dog Is Happy

It doesn't take much to make your dog happy. Just walking into the room is often enough to excite your sweet buddy. A happy dog can be recognised by healthy behaviour. Healthy behaviour means that the dog's emotions are balanced. The dog does not show unexplained moments of extreme aggression, fear or insecurity. Nor does the dog show prolonged hyperactivity. Incidentally, this does not mean that your dog cannot misbehave once in a while. This too is part of the game.

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DOG BREEDS TRAVEL

#15 Most Popular Dog Breeds

Dogs are the best friends a person can have, and the most popular dog breeds will be those that fit perfectly into any family. Whether you're looking for a cuddly companion or an energetic playmate, these breeds are sure to be at the top of everyone's list. 

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Shiba Inu- Car Travelling & Transport Tips

Travelling with your dog breed Shiba Inu needs preparation when you want to have a succesful trip on the road. This blog will give you information about the Shiba Inu dog breed and information about how to transport them. 

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Whippet - Car Travelling & Transport Tips

Whether your Whippet is 6 months, 1 year or 5 years old, you will need to transport it by car one way or another. Indeed, for a visit to the vet, for a trip on vacation or for a walk in the woods, your Whippet will need to be transported by car.

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Bulldog - Car Travelling & Transport Tips

If traveling with your bulldog makes you nervous, you are not alone! It would make me nervous too. But car travel can be stressful as well. Follow these tips for travelling with a bulldog to make your travel day as smooth as possible. Thankfully bulldogs are huge couch potatoes, and like to lie around, but they might not appreciate being cooped up in a car for too long. My very first of the travel tips for bulldogs is to go on a nice, relaxing, long walk before the trip.

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Dachshund - Car Travelling & Transport Tips

Whether your dachshund is 6 months, 1 year or 5 years old, you will need to transport it by car one way or another. Indeed, for a visit to the vet, for a trip on vacation or for a walk in the woods, your dachshund will need to be transported by car.

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 Online blogs about dogs has become a broad field of expertise and that is why we like to call in the help of guest bloggers in this specific field. This takes the form of guest bloggers, who publish blogs on this website. 

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