Getting Fit with your Pet!

Summer is here and the weather is getting nicer – no more excuses to not take the dog outside for some exercise!  Remember a healthy pet is a happy pet (and also means less vet bills and other expenses), plus it’s just as good for you as it is for them! However if you’re tired … Read more

Licking – what does it mean?

I read this article in yesterday’s daily Woof Report, I think I need to make sure mom see’s this section right here: Tongue & Chief Puppies learn to lick to show respect to their pack leader soon after birth. By offering a greeting lick they exhibit a submissive social signal showing deference to dominant pack … Read more

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder in Dogs

While it’s rare to find Obsessive Compulsive Disorders (OCD) in dogs, it does happen.  This behavior often manifests itself in behavioral issues where the dog is focused on a particular object, whether it’s a part of their own body or an inanimate/animate object. One example of this is tail chasing.  When a dog is young, … Read more