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Does your dog not understand that your arm is not a chew toy? Learn how to teach your dog the right way to play.

Does your dog, well, “dog” your cats? Give your cats some peace of mind and body with these tips for stopping cat-chasers in their tracks.

Object guarding is the act of aggressively protecting toys, chewies, and objects. Find out why dogs guard certain items and how you can control the aggressive behavior.

By: Drew Webster, CPDT-KA   Dogs have no idea when they first enter an environment if they are allowed to relieve themselves or not. It is our job as pet parents to manage the environment, the resources and the amount of time between potty breaks carefully to create a consistent routine. Dogs that are most likely to have potty problems …

The absence of an owner sends some dogs into keen wailing and barking, frequent house soiling and self-destructive behaviors; all signs of separation anxiety. Learn more about separation anxiety here.

Believe it or not, most pet behavior issues can be resolved in three simple steps. Find out what they are here!

A dog who pees when greeting you or another dog might be engaging in submissive urination. Learn how to help your dog with these tips!

From the age of 6-18 months, your dog undergoes adolescence, the gawky stage between puppy-hood and adulthood. Learn how to handle your pup during his adolescent stage here.

Fear of men (protective aggression) is not an uncommon behavior in dogs. Find out how to train a dog with this type of behavior here.

Find out why your dog is afraid of thunder and what you can do about it.