Category Archives for "Behavior"

Why Do Dogs Like Belly Rubs? Things You Need To Know

Our pets become our best friends, and we become comfortable with them as they do with us. Dog lovers, you must be aware of the fact that belly rubbing is one of the favorite behaviors for a dog. You need to read this because belly rubbing is not just an activity. It is a bonding between the pet owner and the pet and an indication that the dog is comfortable in their presence. 

Dogs can't talk, so to understand the belly rubbing behavior, we have to ask ourselves some questions. They include: how do you know when your dog wants a belly rub? Why do dogs like belly rubs? Can belly rubs on a dog be performed by just anyone? Are there any types of dog belly rubs? Examining these questions will provide the required understanding.

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All You Need To Know Why Emotional Support Dogs Are Incredible

No matter a person’s ailment, conditions and circumstances can always be improved with a loyal dog by one’s side. A type of animal that has been gaining attention in the pet and mental health community is an emotional support dog.

Many people with mental and emotional impairments have benefitted from enlisting the support and presence of an emotional support dog. And I am no different with my personal story.

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Why Does My Dog Lick My Feet? How To Stop This

After a long day at work when you finally get home you just want to kick back with your feet up and unwind, but your dog has other ideas. Does your dog disturb you by licking your feet, does your dog constantly sniff and hang around you, you’ve probably asked yourself, ‘why does my dog lick my feet?’ The most likely cause is you. A lot of dog owners have come across this problem and with this article you can find the solution.

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How To Train Your Dog To Listen To You

Why Won’t My Dog Listen To Me? This is a common question that most first-time Dog owners ask me. Before I answer your question, let me ask you a few instead:

  • Do you use cookies, collars, head halters or clickers to make your Dog listen to your commands?
  • Do you have to raise your voice every time you want your Dog to listen to you?
  • Does your Dog always come or sit on command – anytime and anywhere you want him to?

If your answers are mostly in the negative, it’s time you seriously reconsider your role as a sincere Dog trainer and an ideal pet parent.

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