CBD Oil and Seizures: Does it Really Help? It has been found that one to five percent of dogs have a seizure disorder. Watching your dog have a seizure is a frightening experience, especially when it’s the first time. You feel out of control. And, you’re not exactly sure how to help your dog. … Continue reading Could CBD Help My Dog’s Seizures?
https://www.youtube.com/embed/OWar6cUBnMo?version=3&rel=1&fs=1&autohide=2&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&wmode=transparent Zuca was a pregnant stray when she was taken in by an animal welfare agency in Oregon. All her puppies were adopted, and eventually so was Zuca. This sweet pup became best friends with a cat named Stout in her new forever home. Sadly, Stout passed away and Zuca was depressed…until her human mom … Continue reading Heartwarming Video: Rescue Dog Fosters Dozens of Kittens — FACE Foundation
Hello, everyone! I'm so happy you're here. As you can see, the Dog Behavior Blog has been completely revamped. As I was sitting down to write an article for you, there are so many ideas popping through my head. But, before I write another article, I want to hear from you. What do you need … Continue reading Let’s Hear From You: What Do You Need?
Every dog parent strives to raise a behaviorally balanced dog, but most of them end up asking what’s wrong with my dog? We, accidentally, promote some unwanted behaviors in our dogs. A lot of dog parents encourage unwanted behaviors because they find it cute. If the behavior has been rewarded for a long time, it … Continue reading 6 Unwanted Dog Behaviors That Dog Owners Encourage
As a Canine Behaviorist, I am continuously searching for new ways to help improve the lives of dogs and their families. The most common ailments and illnesses I am approached with...? Anxiety. Separation Anxiety. Anxiety from cancer. Anxiety from new situations. One of the products I have been learning about in the canine behavior and … Continue reading How CannaCanine’s CBD Oil Can Help Your Dog
Pets belong on the bed. At our house anyway, and at many of yours, I bet. In fact, surveys on the topic show that around half of pet owners let them sleep on the bed. As for us, our little guy Truffle starts out wedged between my pillows and my husband’s, but at some point […] … Continue reading Should Your Dog Sleep with You?
Keeping up with hyperactive puppies is a tough job. Puppies have a lot of energy that needs to be invested positively in keeping them happy, healthy, and active. Outdoor games will protect them from developing anxiety, sadness, and depression. There are many games that you can play with your pup to strengthen their mental and … Continue reading 3 Fun Yard Games to Play with Your Pup
Tomorrow is Canine Veteran's Day. And, here at Canine Companions & Dog Behavior Blog, would like to share some information about our canine veterans here. Please take a seat, and read/listen to the article. You might even find your soulmate dog after reading this. You're going to want to grab your tissues before reading and … Continue reading Canine Veteran’s Day: How to Help
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Dogs aren’t natural leash walkers. And, it takes patience to train a dog to walk on a leash… so don’t feel discouraged if your dog isn’t quite comfortable yet. It can be frustrating to feel a constant tug at the leash… but remember if they’ve never walked on a leash before- it’s a completely new … Continue reading 5 Steps for Successful Leash Walking