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Aggressive Dogs
Aggressive Dogs
Growling, the baring of teeth, snapping, snarling and biting are all signs of aggression....
Calming Signals: How Dogs Talk to Each Other
Calming Signals: How Dogs Talk to Each Other
The role of calming signals in dog evolution and how some common calming signals are used in interactions....
Fear Biting
Fear Biting
There are some dogs that bite because they are frightened. These are known as defensive-aggressive dogs or fear biters. "When faced with new situations with people or…...
Furniture Chewing
Furniture Chewing
Chewing is natural and healthy for puppies and dogs, but it is up to us to teach them what they can and cannot chew....
Handling Hounds That Hump
Handling Hounds That Hump
The various reasons why dogs hump and how to deal with this problem....
How to Stop Your Dog Digging Up the Garden
How to Stop Your Dog Digging Up the Garden
A look at the reasons dogs dig in the garden and how to solve this common problem....
Quiz: Are You Making Your Dog Neurotic?
Quiz: Are You Making Your Dog Neurotic?
A quiz to see if an owner's behaviour is contributing to a dog's nervous behaviour....
Separation Anxiety
Separation Anxiety
separation anxiety can range from moderate – the dog doesn’t so much destroy things as spends the day collecting his owner’s personal belongings, curls up with them,…...
Why do Dogs Bark?
Why do Dogs Bark?
Dogs bark. It’s how they communicate with one another and us. What is not natural, however, is excessive barking, which quickly becomes your problem, especially when…...
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