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Is calming music for dogs helpful?

Do thunderstorms or fireworks make your dog nervous? Is it possible your dog experiences bouts of separation anxiety? Does she get anxious when she hears noises outside? If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, music and other calming sounds for dogs could come in handy.  Calming music for...

Do thunder shirts work for dogs?

Thunder jackets for dogs, also known as thunder shirts, thunder coats, thunder sweaters for dogs, or storm vests for dogs, are designed to fit snugly around your dog's body and help calm them down. The gentle pressure on your dog's torso can make them feel more relaxed in stressful situations,...

How to feed the active dog breeds

When fed a breed-appropriate diet, working dog breeds often become relatively large. Of course, you'll also want to account for those who are more energetic (or less energetic) in addition to breed, weight, and size when considering their portion size.  Working dogs, on average, require 1.5 to 2.5 times the...

Is your pup in the sporting dog group?

Many of the sporting breeds enjoy hunting and other field sports, and are known for their outstanding instincts in the water and forests. Many of them, particularly the water-retrieving varieties, have well-insulated water repelling, ‘weatherproof’ coats. If you're considering adopting one of these breeds, keep in mind that the majority...

Everything you need to know about working dog breeds

The American Kennel Club recognizes seven breed classifications, including the Working Dog Group. The original function of these dog breeds, as well as their appearance and size, differ. Every dog in the pack, though, is known for their strength and intelligence. There are approximately 50 dog breeds in this group,...

Why do dogs eat grass and vomit?

Your dog isn't a horse or a cow, so why would she wander outside to graze? You may be a bit confused when you see your dog outside acting like a farm animal, and it's completely normal to be concerned. But, rest assured, you're not alone in your questioning.  This...

Is canine cognitive dysfunction disorder affecting your dog?

Canine cognitive dysfunction (CCD) syndrome is an ailment often caused by a dog's brain aging, resulting in changes in consciousness, learning and memory deficiencies, and diminished reactivity to stimuli. Your dog may appear to be lost, dazed, or confused throughout random times of the day.  Although the disorder's initial symptoms...

How do dogs age in human years?

If you have a dog, you have likely already heard the concept that 1 year for Rover equals 7 years for you. It turns out that the math isn't as straightforward as it seems. Dogs evolve faster than humans do in their early years. As a result, your furry friend's...

Is your obese dog at higher risk for joint problems?

Obesity is described as a buildup of excess body fat. Since excess body weight and fat tend to go hand in hand, most overweight dogs will also have excess body fat. When determining whether a dog is overweight or lean, body weight is much easier to determine than body fat....