As if dog noses weren’t already amazing as it were, scientists have recently discovered what they’re describing as an entirely “new sense” in dogs – heat detection.
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Spread the loveHave you ever wondered what breeds of dogs are the most stubborn? There are many dog lists out there, but in our experiences, these dogs are top on our list of hard-headed stubborn-as-a-mule breeds – they want things
Dog owners (“Dog People”) are different from Cat people personalities and other pet parents in these ways…
Spread the loveIf you’re a dog owner, you’re in good company since 47% of American households and 57% of Canadian households have at least 1 lovable pooch in their homes. But are dog lovers different personality-wise when compared to people
Spread the loveDog attacks and dog aggression are one of the most common reasons why dog owners seek out the help of their friends, dog coaches/trainers and veterinarians. A dog that exhibits aggressive behavior towards either humans or other dogs
Spread the loveHerding Dogs Do you know the history behind different types of dogs? Dogs and wolves split from each other between 15,000 and 40,000 years ago, but their DNA only differs by 0.04 percent. Breeds are a relatively new
Spread the lovePit Bull Attack: A pit bull owner lost control of her dog in the store parking lot of a Petsmart located in Saginaw Township, Michigan. It attacked a beagle Tuesday afternoon, (July 3rd, 2018 just before 2pm according
The aftermath of fireworks festivities for dog lovers – July 5th is the busiest day for U.S. Animal Shelters
Spread the loveDid you know that more pets are lost on July 4th than on any other day of the year? While fireworks and the related July 4th celebrations are a source of joy for many, for others there is
Spread the loveAny dog owner knows that dogs have feelings and emotions, and they convey them in the most adorable ways at times. From weird sounds, to nose bops and pawing, they complain and make their thoughts known. Want more?
Spread the loveDogs are Brainier than Cats? Apparently, yes. A highly debated question has been put to rest – canines do, in fact, have more neurons than cats. A 2017 study conducted by an international team of researchers is the