How do you keep your dog healthy and happy as he or she ages? Hear from Certified Animal Behavior Consultant, Steve Dale, as he walks you through tips and tricks to keep your dogs’ tails wagging long into their golden years. Visit http://www.vitabone.com for even more dog training tips from Steve.
Physical Therapy for Dogs – An Owner’s Perspective
Alvin the Bichon Cockapoo severed one of the ligaments connecting his upper and lower leg bones. This article describes Alvin’s rehab experience from his owners’ viewpoint.3 Simple Tricks to Teach Your Dog
Teaching your dog tricks is a great way to boost his mental stimulation, and it allows the two of you to bond. The training can be fun and simple, as long as he knows basic commands, such as “down” or “sit.” Here are three simple tricks that you can teach your dog.How to Look After Your Leather Dog Collars and Leads
Having a leather dog collar and lead is a popular choice for many different dog owners. The reason for this is that leather is a very durable material – and is also very stylish one. It is a classic choice for people because they are guaranteed a mix of a good-looking collar and one that is very tough, able to stand up to the rigors of what their dog puts it through.The Dominance Theory: A Dog Training Fallacy
We all grew up with the same idea of how dogs work: they use physical force to fight to be the alpha, to submit competing dogs in the pack. This notion is so engraved in our psyche that in English, being the top dog means that you are the most ‘dominant’ around. Even people who have no interest in anything dog-related will have undoubtedly heard about the importance of being dominant, the pack-leader, the alpha.Are Interactive Dog Toys Right For Every Dog?
Interactive dog toys are a fun and innovative way to allow your dog to play with a challenge and sometimes keep him occupied for extended periods of time. While there are many different interactive dog toys on the market today, how do you know if your dog will respond to them or not?