Month: January 2023

Exercising Senior Dogs 

Exercising Senior Dogs 

I get many questions about how the fulfillment formula – Exercise, Discipline, then Affection – changes as the dog age and doesn’t require as much physical activity and energy draining. Here are some tips to keep in mind as your dog enters his senior years. I always stress how important it is to get a […]

Good and Bad Play Behavior

Good and Bad Play Behavior Two dogs engage in a friendly game of wrestling on a summer afternoon. Learn how you can tell the difference between aggressive play and good play behavior.

I am a Cesar fan and have a question regarding dogs at ‘play.’ My first obvious thought is that if your dogs have the energy to play, they need more exercise, correct?’ In any event, what types of play do you allow in your pack? I have a very playful two-year-old, high-energy Doberman named Klohee.’ […]

How To Prepare Your Pets For The Fourth of July Fireworks

How To Prepare Your Pets For The Fourth of July Fireworks A dog hides under a bed during a firework show. The sudden noise and bright lights from fireworks can cause dogs to run to a safe hiding spot. Read more here.

The 4th of July can be stressful and traumatic for our pets. To help prepare for the festivities, we must understand how and why animals naturally react to fireworks. Dogs use their nose, eyes, and ears to experience the world around them. The sudden booms, burning smells, large gatherings, and flashing lights can cause our […]

Will A New Dog Adjust to My Schedule

Will A New Dog Adjust to My Schedule A dog looks out the window and waits at home for his owner to return from work. Learn how to help your dog adjust well to a new work schedule.

Hi Cesar,  I don’t have a dog yet, but I plan to adopt one from my local shelter. It will be my first dog. I am a teacher, so I have many non-work days, such as eight to ten weeks of summer vacation, two weeks of Christmas break, one week of Easter break, and several […]