Does your dog whine constantly? Is his whining starting to get worse or become an annoyance? If so, then this article may be for you. Whining is just one of the many ways that your dog tries to communicate. So, how to get your dog to stop whining?
Dogs usually whine when they are nervous, excited, or when they are trying to make their owners happy. While some whining in these situations are normal, excessive whining can lead to a poor relationship with your dog. No one wants to be whined at ALL THE TIME. I have had issues with overly-whiney dogs in the past and I am bringing my experience to you.
Have you ever been woken up in the night to the sound of your dog howling? Or maybe there are certain sounds that seem to set your dog into a howling fit. I know my husky mix loves to randomly burst out a blood-curdling howl at what seems like the most random times.
I have often wondered why some dogs do this and have set out to do the research and bring the answer to you. So, what does it mean when your dog howls? Let’s find out!
Do you and your dog take frequent car rides together? If so, you’ve probably been often faced with the question of how to get dog hair out of car. My dog has very thick and long hair. Trying to remove it from my car used to be a constant battle.
Over time your dog's hair can be worked into the seats, making it very difficult to remove as I'm sure you've realized. Don't worry; there are simple ways to remove dog hair from your car as well as preventative measures.
No need to cut back on you and your doggy's joy rides.