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My Dog is a Loner… Help!

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  Sometimes, people are loners, and that’s ok. We don’t expect that we all have to always socialize and get along with everyone all the time. We shouldn’t expect it of our dogs, either. Even a dog can be a loner! You might have noticed that your dog doesn’t always seem to get along with…

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Should Your Dog Sleep In Bed With You?

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Pets are part of the family. But should all family members share the same bed? The AKC found that 21% of dog owners let their dog sleep with them; as a result, they have less room in bed for themselves because the dog takes up space. Cuddling your dog as you fall asleep is great, but you…

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What Does It Mean When Your Dog Licks You?

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It’s usually pretty clear that dogs lick because they like people. But what does it mean when your dog licks you a lot? If your dog constantly licks you or other people, there may be other reasons besides affection, like wanting food or attention. Dogs may also lick because they think you taste good! Your taste…

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Why Do Dogs Chase Their Tails? Here Are 5 Explanations!

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Why do dogs chase their tails? That’s a question with more than one answer. What may just seem like an amusing quirk could actually be a behavior that’s worth a second look. Here are a few explanations for why your cute canine is chasing tail. Boredom It is not uncommon to see a puppy spend minutes…

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Select the Perfect Match for Your Pup

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A regular gathering with canine buddies can help keep socialization skills polished, mentally and physically tire your dog and prevent your furniture from being destroyed. However, it is important to remember not all dogs enjoy playing with other dogs. By following a few guidelines and keeping a close eye on your dogs body language, you…

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