Anxiety & Stress

What should I do if my golden Retriever has a yeast infection?
Yeast infections, which can cause itchy, irritated skin and a characteristic odor in dogs, are a typical cause of these symptoms. A fungal or yeast infection on a dog's skin or ears is a common occurrence. Although it can be a...
What natural foods should I feed my Golden Retriever?
No one needs to tell you how much Golden Retrievers love to eat. The majority of us, including me, feed the dogs whatever leftovers we can find in our kitchen cupboards. Please remember that not all meals are appropriate for...
What if my Golden Retriever shed a lot?
If you adore your Golden Retriever's general lovely and kind attitude, as well as its signature gorgeous coat, you will be pleased to find that it is not difficult to control your Golden's shedding using only a few natural methods...
Should my Poodle live inside? Or can they be outside dogs?
Poodles are well-known for their intelligence and unique appearance, and they also make excellent hunting dogs. Many people believe that poodles are well-suited to outdoor living due to their heritage as working dogs. What's the truth? A poodle should not...
PICKING THEM UP LIKE A BABY
Picking your dog up is fine but as soon as you turn them over and put them upside-down above the ground you’re increasing their anxiety. Keep them paws down and you’ll have a happier pup.
PROLONGED EYE CONTACT
The more familiar you are with a dog the more you can maintain steady eye contact. Just like people, having a stranger stare at you turns creepy fast, the same is true from a dog’s perspective. Approaching a dog in...
KISSES
Dog’s use their tongue lick as a signs of submission, not love. You should never demand a kiss from your dog since all you’re doing is forcing dominance on your dog. Many dogs like to lick and kiss (especially when...
Hugging your dog
While you might love wrapping your arms around a furry canine friend, most dogs hate hugs. Dogs don’t have arms and they don’t hug. If a dog places a foreleg or paw on the back of another dog, this is considered...
Commands with too many words
It’s fine to have commands but when you get beyond 3 words it’s far too tasking. They are trying to marry body language and verbal and humans aren’t incredibly good at putting them both together. A great experiment is to...
These are the best dog sleep patterns!
You are well aware that your dog demands excessive amounts of closed time from time to time, but how much do dogs actually sleep? It's late in the morning and you're looking admiringly at the fur baby, who is conked...
Since the move, my dog has been scared. Tips that work!
The word "move" is made up of four letters. It's the same with "pack," by the way, although the whole issue is masked by the terror of moving.) Moving is something that everyone dreads, not just you. Packing and moving...
My dog is afraid of the new baby. What to do now?
It's a lot of work to learn how to properly introduce a canine to a newborn. You're going to discover how to safely and successfully introduce yourself in this post! But first, a hearty congrats! You're going to have a...
My dog has a fear of nail clipping. These tricks are proven!
Nail clipping is a crucial element of dog care, and well-trimmed nails are a sure indicator of excellent health and cleanliness for your canine companion. While pet owners who are afraid to clip their dog's nails can hire a groomer,...
What insects and parasites can my dog get while swimming?
  Water Parasites and Diseases that Can Infect Your Dog: As the days become longer and the summer months approach, there's nothing better than taking a plunge in the pool or ocean to cool down. There are several organisms in...
How to Handle Dog anxiety for itching
A variety of factors contribute to itchy, painful skin in dogs, some of which necessitate a visit to the veterinarian, while others may be treated at home with over-the-counter medications and creams. Environmental or dietary allergies, insect, flea, or tick...
This is how you treat fleas and ticks in your puppy
After you've welcomed a puppy into your house, it's crucial to make certain that you're providing your puppy with the best possible start in life. The prevention of fleas and ticks in pups is an important aspect of this. Fill...
Dog anxiety in older dogs. Dos and don’ts
Anxiety affects dogs in the same way it does people. It's a natural and healthy feeling, despite how awful it is. Dog anxiety may afflict dogs of any breed, but it manifests itself differently in each one. When a dog's...
My dog is anxious after castration. What should you do?
It's difficult to handle a dog who's undergone surgery, especially if he's been castrated. For the duration of the two weeks, refrain from any form of physical activity such as running, swimming, playing, leaping, or chasing. It's a challenge. First...
My dog is anxious about new places. What to do now?
Any time your dog's routine or surroundings change dramatically, such as during a move, they may display signs of stress or aggression. Some signs include "accidents" in the house, gnawing on things, barking, whining or screaming. It's possible that your...
What is the best dog bed for your puppy?
Many of us enjoy cuddling with our pets in our beds, but sleeping with the dog can result in a restless night's sleep for you. Having a sleepless night can have a negative impact on your attitude and productivity the...
Help, my dog is not eating. These tips will help.
Consider the food that your dog enjoys the most. It may be chicken or salmon, or it could be a particular kibble flavor. It's very possible that your dog will run up to you as soon as it smells the...