Follow this heart-breaking and emotional tale, based on a true story, of Evelyn and Paws and their fight against esophageal cancer, their story of heartbreak, loss, and hope.
You would be surprised at how much 'dog stuff' there is out there. We could make a HUGE list of everything we have found working at Canine Companions, but we are going to limit the list to ten today. Take a look below and find ten of the coolest dog gadgets today!
When a person wants to lose weight, limiting his caloric intake and adding more physical activities to the day usually work. The same is true for your pets. If your dog is getting a little heavy, it might be a good idea to start limiting its food and making your dog exercise more. However, unlike … Continue reading Steps on How to Help Your Dog Lose Weight
The first few days in your home are a special, yet anxious, time for you and your new dog. Your new dog will likely be confused about where he is. He won’t immediately connect your home with his home. It’s a completely different environment than what she knows (whether she came from a shelter or … Continue reading Introducing a New Dog to Your Home
Written by Nat Smith, Rover.com community member. Rover is the nation’s largest network of 5-star pet sitters and dog walkers. They say that dog owners live happier, longer lives. One big reason? Dogs can help you get out more often, stick to your workouts, and stay upbeat while you’re at it. How can your pet […] … Continue reading Why Dog Owners are Happier
Many dogs are sent to shelter home due to their anxiety problems that develop due to hyperactivity. On the other hand, dogs that are brought home from animal shelters have behavior issues like barking, digging, destructive chewing, etc. The problem, in both cases, is not with dogs but with the owners who fail to provide … Continue reading Top 3 Calming Exercises for Anxious Dogs
This may seem like it's a bit early to write about... but the National Weather Service is calling for widespread tornadoes in the month of May. And, regardless of the time of year, it's always good to be prepared for natural disasters. Understanding how to prepare for natural disasters for your family, and for your … Continue reading 5 Ways to Prepare Your Dog for Natural Disasters
Would you buy your 6 month old baby a nerf gun or an easy bake oven; of course not. How do you decide what kind of toys to buy for your fur baby? Is it better to buy a bunch of cheaper toys so they will have more to choose from or a few that … Continue reading 7 Tips for Choosing the Best Dog Toys
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?
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