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The reason why many dogs bark at mail carriers has never been quite clear. Find out one man’s theory here.

Perhaps the most distressing behavior problem is the dog who barks when left alone. Learn which bark describes your dog best as misreading the dog may result in a failure to extinguish the problem.

BY DREW WEBSTER, CPDT-KA   The idea of a well socialized dog is a concept we all talk about, think about, and strive for, but what does it really mean? Most pet parents and veterinarians will tell you it is important to socialize your dog (and indeed it is) but are there right and wrong ways to socialize a dog. …

Rabbits can be leash trained for specific purposes, although they will get more exercise from free-roaming playtime. Learn more about leash training rabbits here.

Feline elimination problems are the No. 1 most common cat issue. It is estimated that one out of every 10 cats will have lapses at some point in his life. Find out what to do if your cat lapses here.

Have you ever wondered why your cat meows? Check out the top 10 reasons your cat is calling out!

Coming when called is probably the most important command your dog will ever have to follow. Find out why and how to teach your dog the command here.

Drew Webster CPDT-KA   Today you wake up and you can’t speak. You can’t write. You can’t type which means you can’t text either. How do you communicate with the world now? This is what every day is like being a dog. They lack the ability to talk but dogs have an amazing ability, the ability to read body language …

Loud noises can be startling for a dog! Learn how to condition your dog to this fact of life as kindly as possible.