In the dog world, calming signals are how dogs socially relate to each other and to the environment to maintain peace. This is what they look like.
Monthly Archives For July 2012
In this episode, CBS’ new TV trainer, Justin Silver, throws out some appropriate terms but then goes about attempting to change dog behavior in ways that just don’t make sense.
Dina DiCenso, the owner of Brooklyn’s Gristle Tattoo, is working to help find homes for needy pitbulls. But she’s even more passionate about the furry homeless creatures who ride the subway.
Dogs can’t operate air conditioners, and don’t keep cold beers in the fridge. Fortunately, they have humans to help keep their temperatures down.
A science writer enlists his human party guests to help understand the taste differences between pate and Alpo.
Two of the New York Times’ hyper local neighborhood sites have new dog columns. I’ve set them up to battle in the Thunderdome. Two blogs enter, one blog leaves.
My dog came from the city shelter, which is packed with pitbulls. But, after meeting some people who’ve purchased pitbulls, I was curious to learn more. So, I took to the Internet.
If there’s ever a place where animals need space from each other, it’s when they’re sick, nervous, or both. So why do some people use veterinary waiting rooms to socialize their dogs?
Uncertified dog trainer Justin Silver continues to spew misguided information to dog owners in another episode of his new show.
Before you commit to taking in an animal from a rescue group or a shelter, you’ll want to make some smart inquiries into the former life of your potential new BFF.