A new study says your pup could fall into one of these categories based on their reactions to real-life events.
behavior & body language
Tail wagging? Ear pinning? It all means something. We’ll show you how to understand your pet (and communicate with them) with guides to decode the weirdest body language and behavior.
A study confirms our pets can have heartbreaking reactions to the loss of a canine companion.
Your personality may actually have something to do with your pet’s personality.
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There’s a lot more to your pup’s furry appendages than you might think.
And why you deserve a pat on the back for indulging them.
The connection between people and dogs is the stuff of legend.
What to do when you don’t feel the close bond you want.
Finally, some good (and really cute) news.
How the “love hormone” oxytocin connects us with our pups.
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Your little cutie is growing up in many ways—look out for these big stages as they do.
Here’s why dogs know who they are more by smell than by sight.
It’s adorable, but there are actual reasons behind this behavior.
Two trainers advocate against using these devices—here’s why.
Science is getting to the bottom of why dogs are such tail-talkers.
This study finds that dogs can process numbers in a similar fashion to their humans.