3 Fun Yard Games to Play with Your Pup

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

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Canine Veteran’s Day: How to Help

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

How to Get Your Pup to be All Ears

Dogs are an intelligent species; they can assist the disabled and are great detectives. However, at times we do feel that our dogs aren’t smart as they don’t listen to our commands.  Of course, it is difficult to make your dog walk off leash or to get him to leave the chicken bone he found … Continue reading How to Get Your Pup to be All Ears

Dog Talk: What Your Dog Wants You to Know

If you're searching for a comprehensive dog book, this 400+ page book by Amber L. Drake is for you. Drake has over a decade of experience in canine behavior, and has developed this book in response to client questions throughout the years. Topics range from the history of the dog to canine behavior and nutrition. … Continue reading Dog Talk: What Your Dog Wants You to Know

A Word on Pre-Grieving

This is a difficult blog to write, and one I hesitated to write or share. I’m not one to post my every emotion on social media or share my private life publicly. But there is a topic relating to our dogs that I have never seen addressed, and it’s something I believe a lot of […] … Continue reading A Word on Pre-Grieving

Dogs Improve Senior Health

The correlation between pet ownership and our mental and physical well-being has been well-documented. Sharing our lives with dogs, cats, and other companion animals makes us happy, and has health benefits like lowering stress and blood pressure. But owning a dog and taking your best friend outside for regular walks and play sessions can be […] … Continue reading Dogs Improve Senior Health