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Tips to Remember When Bringing Home a New Dog

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Adopting a dog as a new member of your family can be a great experience, but also an overwhelming one. Certified Applied Animal Behaviorist Patricia B. McConnell, Ph.D. and PetFinder provide these initial tips to help smooth the process of bringing a new dog into your home. Patience, patience, patience. Just because a dog isn’t…

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Do Dogs Like Music?

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What’s your reaction to hearing your favorite song on the radio? It has been proven that music can significantly impact our moods, from instant happiness when hearing a song we enjoy to ease and comfort while listening to a calm, classical tune. It turns out our pets may have equally discerning ears while listening to…

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Why Does My Dog Tilt Their Head to Listen?

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There’s nothing cuter than a dog tilting their head. Something about the concentration on their face as they flop their ears back and forth makes our hearts melt. They look like they’re trying their hardest to understand every word you say. No one could deny the cute factor of this behavior, but what’s the true…

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Why does my dog sleep like that?

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 It’s bedtime and your dog curls up in a tight ball on their bed. Or maybe they sprawl out belly-up on your bed. What makes them choose these strange positions for snoozing? Vetstreet dove into the dog mind when it comes to bedtime and found that a dog’s chosen position to sleep in says a lot about…

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What Breed is Best for You?

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So you want to get a new pet. From rescue dogs to baby kittens, there are endless options when it comes to deciding on a furry addition to your family. With so many possibilities, how do you decide which breed is right? Every dog and cat has their own needs, temperament and personality. You can…

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