Learn the best way to approach a new dog safely. Dogs don't like to be approached head-on or to make eye contact with new people. Learn more safety tips for meeting new dogs here.
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Shelter life can be hard for dogs. A recent study shows a certain type of music can help calm dogs in shelters and increase their chances of being adopted.
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Do dogs dream? Do dogs have nightmares? Become a detective and solve the mystery: do dogs dream and what do dogs dream about?
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Begging is an easy habit for dogs to learn and a hard one to break. At some point your dog discovered that begging works. Read this article to learn more about managing this annoying habit.
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Learn whether dogs sweat or not, how they regulate their body temperature and how to recognize the difference between hyperthermia and a fever.
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Ever feel like your dog is smiling at you? Find out if your dog has the ability to smile in this article.
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Do dogs love? How do dogs show affection? Find out if dogs are capable of having and showing such emotions or if they're just being loyal memebers of the pack.
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We may never be sure why dogs sometimes slather themselves with what seem to be the most foul substances they can find on the ground. There are some logical explanations for this curious canine behavior. Or maybe that's just how dogs roll.
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Howling is a part of the canine vocal repertoire, along with the more conventional bark, growl and whine. This plaintive and haunting call is an evolutionary gift from wolves. But what causes our domestic furry friends to speak up?
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