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Dog Behavior

Training a dog? We’ve got expert tips for the wackiest of behaviors.

A beautiful trained cute puppy obediently obeys the commands of its female owner at home.
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5 Important Puppy Behavioral Milestones to Keep Track Of

Your little cutie is growing up in many ways—look out for these big stages as they do.

basic obedience & training

Learn how to teach your pet basic obedience from the pros: potty training, crate training, even litter box training. Plus, how to find a professional trainer.

Male Alaskan Malamute dog stands in the yard between the plants

Why it’s best to avoid these altogether.

Two Dogs Sitting in Back Yard.

Having an older, wiser dog around can be a big plus.

A cute Pit Bull Terrier mixed breed dog listening with a head tilt.

I’m baffled by the number of names I call my dog. Is my dog baffled, too?

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behavioral issues

Dog barking? Cat scratching? Our experts have tips to help all sorts of behavior and aggression issues so your pet can earn that “good boy!” (or girl).

profile portrait of grumpy a ginger dog, inside on a golden retro velvet armchair

This study found that cranky pups are actually very fast social learners.

Labrador retriever licking their lips

What to do when your dog has questionable tastes.

Dog Barking In Nature Next To Its Owner.

Two trainers advocate against using these devices—here’s why.

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New Dog Training Program

Try these free training programs from our friends at Dogo to help with new dog life and basic obedience.

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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.

Pitbull puppy has a sad face and is in trouble.

Your pup doesn’t actually feel bad about eating your pizza.

A cute Pit Bull Terrier mixed breed dog listening with a head tilt.

I’m baffled by the number of names I call my dog. Is my dog baffled, too?

profile portrait of grumpy a ginger dog, inside on a golden retro velvet armchair

This study found that cranky pups are actually very fast social learners.

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anxiety & separation anxiety

Learn how to deal with separation anxiety (and other forms of pet anxiety) so they keep calm when you’re not together.

Woman lying on bed with dog, dog is looking up at the woman and licking her in the face

How many kisses is too many kisses?

woman with black hair shrugs down at dog up on hind legs

A new study says your pup could fall into one of these categories based on their reactions to real-life events.

A dog resting its face on a wooden table.

A study confirms our pets can have heartbreaking reactions to the loss of a canine companion.

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