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November 20, 2013

Is Your Dog Leash Reactive?

An on leash reactive dog is one that shows aggressive behaviors to stranger’s dogs while on leash. The same dog while off leash is normally not aggressive. There are a number of reasons why a dog may show aggressive behaviors. A “leash reactive” dog is […]
October 16, 2013

Teach Your Dog To Fetch

Playing fetch is a great way to have fun with your dog and exercise him at the same time. If you’re lucky, your dog plays fetch naturally, but few dogs intrinsically understand the concept of retrieving. Some dogs will chase after the toy but then […]
September 12, 2013

5 Tasty Kong Recipes For Your Dog

Try out different combinations with the ingredients below, and let us know your dog’s favorites! Please send us photos of your happy pups with their stuffed kongs to thebestdog@verizon.net or post to Instagram or Facebook. How-to: Mix ingredients in a bowl and fill up your […]
September 12, 2013

What Does It Mean When Your Dog Eats Poop?

Dogs eating poop is a revolting subject, but unfortunately it is a pretty common problem that needs to be addressed. Coprophagia is the eating of stool. For the most part, deficiency in vitamins, minerals, and digestive enzymes are a large component of this occurrence. This […]
August 3, 2013

Ladder of Aggression

by Kendal Shepherd How a dog reacts to stress or a threat can be represented as a series of ascending steps on a ladder. These gestures are responses to an escalation of perceived threat only and are NOT expressions of a ‘submissive’ or ‘dominant’ state. […]
July 2, 2013

Nothing In Life Is Free

How to (Re)Establish Leadership with Your Dog Many dog behavior problems can be directly linked to one key factor; lack of appropriate leadership by the owners. Dogs are pack animals that must learn to work together in a social hierarchy that enables them to function […]
June 4, 2013

There is a lot of bad advice given about introducing a cat to your family dog or vice versa. Some remember the introduction as a stressful time or say it’s impossible to have both. The key to any introduction is time and patience. Here are […]
May 6, 2013

Stop Your Dog from Bolting Out the Front Door

Most dogs love to run outside and explore the great outdoors.  Most dogs quickly discover that when the front door is open it is “game on” and they can quickly dash through and have a blast saying “Hi” to all their two legged and four […]
May 6, 2013

Risks of Too Early Rabies Vaccine

The Alarming New Bill That Could Threaten Your Dog’s Life By Dr. Becker Today I’m interviewing a very special guest, Dr. Jean Dodds, about new rabies vaccine legislation proposed in California that also has the potential to spread to other states – including the one […]
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