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Bored Dog

Dogs Get Bored. Here’s how to tell if your dog is bored.

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Just like humans, dogs get bored. Especially when they’re cooped up in the house during the day! Here is how you can tell if your dog is bored.   Destructive Behavior When dogs get bored, they find their own way to entertain themselves, and their methods might not line up with the type of behavior…

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Dog Love

Does My Dog Really Love Me?

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You’ve seen that look in his or her eyes, the excitement when you see each other at home after a long day, and you think you have a pretty good relationship, but sometimes you wonder, “does my dog really love me?”   It’s only natural to wonder, since a lot of dog behavior is similar.…

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Dogs and trash

One Person’s Trash is Another Dog’s Treasure

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At some point, if you’re a dog owner, you’ve probably been frustrated when your dog gets into the trash can. Not only is the ensuing mess irritating, but there’s worry whether or not your dog ate something he or she shouldn’t eat. It could be the remains of the chocolate cupcake that’s in there. Most…

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Listening to Your Dog

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Listening is a lost art. We have so much that vies for our attention, including television, social media, jobs, kids, and friends, that it’s hard to know who to listen to and how to listen. By evening, when it comes to listening to your dog, we may be too tired to do it well. We…

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licking paws

Why is My Dog Constantly Licking Her Paws?

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Is your dog constantly licking their paws? There are a variety of reasons a dog keeps licking their paws, like injury; out of habit or boredom or anxiety (kind of like humans biting their nails); allergies; parasites; itchy dry skin; or hormonal imbalances. Because there are so many reasons for licking paws, it’s important to take…

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