Category Archives: Seperation Anxiety

Tips for Helping Your Grieving Pet

When an owner or fellow housemate passes away, dogs show signs that could be interpreted as grief. They may experience: •    loss of appetite •    change in sleep patterns •    crying •    searching •    a need for extra attention •    a generally sad demeanor But you should also note you may not witness any of […]

Separation Anxiety

One of the most common complaints of pet parents is that their dogs are disruptive or destructive when left alone. Their dogs might urinate, defecate, bark, howl, chew, dig or try to escape. Although these problems often indicate that a dog needs to be taught polite house manners, they can also be symptoms of distress. […]

Why would a dog become clingy?

It is a situation that many dog owners will face at some point during their dog’s life- their dog suddenly begins to become clingy and insecure for no apparent reason. This can manifest in a variety of ways, including sticking to your side like glue when you are at home and even following you when […]

Housebreaking Tips!

Housebreaking is easiest and you can expect greatest success when you have a routine and you’re consistent. Every time they go potty, it’s solidifying in their brain where they should go so, it’s your job to make sure they’re going where you want them to! Daytime Routine When you first get your puppy, plan on […]

Introducing New Puppy

When they first arrive home your puppy will probably feel a little apprehensive and will be missing the companionship of his/her mother and litter mates. To make this transition stress-free, allow him/her to explore their new surroundings without too much interference or noise. Children should be reminded that the new puppy needs lots of love […]