Month: June 2019

Harmful Foods That You Should Avoid For Your Dog

Harmful Foods That You Should Avoid For Your Dog

We all love our pets. For many of us, one way we show that love is through special treats such as human food. As long as we don’t overindulge our loved ones into obesity, these little treats can be fun for both pet and parent. However, it is important to realize that dogs and cats […]

Dogs And Cats Under One Roof

Dogs And Cats Under One Roof

Hi Cesar: I just adopted a two-and-a-half-month-old Blue Nose pit bull. She is pure-bred and very gentle but still a puppy. My challenge is I have two one-year-old cats, and they have been hiding since the dog came into our household. The dog lunges at them to play, and it freaks them out. I think […]

5 Steps To Being The Pack Leader

5 Steps To Being The Pack Leader

Before you can have a balanced pack, you have to have a Pack Leader, and the leader(s) needs to be every human in the pack, all the way from the oldest family member to the youngest — including the grandparents and even the baby. In order to achieve this position, you have to let your […]

Muddy Runner

Muddy Runner

Dear Cesar, We recently adopted a fifteen month-old black lab. This dog is very sweet and loving, and is perfect in our family as we have a young grandson who is autistic. They get along famously. I just have one (big) problem. He has a lot of energy to run off, and in the winter […]

How to Bring Your Dog to Work the Right Way

How to Bring Your Dog to Work the Right Way

More and more workplaces are becoming dog friendly, and you might even be lucky enough to have a job with one — but if the opportunity comes up, should you bring your dog with you? Let’s say your workplace has gone dog-friendly. Here are the questions to ask yourself before you let your best friend […]

The Benefits Of Dog-Friendly Housing

The Benefits Of Dog-Friendly Housing

Housing problems are one of the top reasons people mention for giving up their dogs to shelters. Renters can have trouble locating pet-friendly apartments or can encounter trouble after they move into a place. On the other hand, many landlords are worried about the problems they may have if they allow pets on the property. […]

Are Millennials Ready To Have Pets?

Are Millennials Ready To Have Pets?

I’m often asked this question by my clients and fans. After all, pet ownership is a big responsibility and all too often pets are adopted by people who either aren’t ready for them or aren’t prepared to take on the responsibility. The end result is that those unfortunate pets end up in shelters. This is […]

5 Essential Command to Teach Your Dog

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