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Is Your Dog Dominant or Submissive?

Dominant or Submissive? Most pet owners know without question that they (and, to a lesser extent, their human family members) have to be Pack Leaders when interacting with their pooch. He should be submissive even to younger children so aggression and other problem behaviors don’t arise. But different dogs have varying inclinations toward dominance or submission, so how much you’ll need to work to establish this role won’t be the same with every dog. Understanding your dog’s natural inclination can help prepare you, but how do you discover whether they’re more likely to be dominant or submissive? One surefire way

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Dog in mourning: Helping our pets cope with loss

  A heart-tugging image of a brown Labrador retriever named Hawkeye lying beside the American flag-draped casket of his human companion, Navy SEAL Jon Tumilson, went viral on the internet within hours. Pet lovers were moved by the symbol of loyalty shown by the dog who would not leave his best friend’s side. For many Americans, the image also served as a reminder of the lives that were lost on 9/11 and of those who are still serving in Afghanistan. For others, the depiction of a seemingly depressed and heart-broken dog represented the possibility that there’s more to our pets’

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Most common food allergies in dogs

  While it has become common to watch out for the signs of life-threatening food allergies in young children, it still comes as a surprise to some dog parents that their four-legged companions can also suffer from food allergies. Just like in humans, a food allergy occurs when a dog’s immune system mistakenly believes a specific food is harmful. The dog’s immune system responds with antibodies, which triggers a series of dangerous symptoms. Many seemingly random symptoms can be signs of a food allergy in a dog. These include: Chronic ear inflammation Itching Paw biting Poor coat quality Obsessive licking

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5 Steps to Stop Dog Chewing

You walk into your bedroom to find your dog chewing up your favorite pair of shoes. What do you do, and how do you stop it from happening again? Here are 5 steps to reclaiming your shoes, your socks, your sofa, and any other household object your dog enjoys destroying. If your dog chews on everything, here are five helpful tips. Remain calm. Unleashing your anger on your dog won’t accomplish anything. In fact, it can further unbalance your dog – and move him to seek another object to chew to calm down! Correct your dog. Do not try to

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Does your dog resent you?

We’ve probably all experienced that “guilty dog” look — the one that they give us when we catch them doing something wrong and discipline them for it. Body lowered, ears, head, and tail down, maybe squinty eyes. But is it really guilt that the dog is demonstrating, or just submission? And what happens in your dog’s mind after the discipline is over? Understanding dog psychology When we humanize dogs, it’s easy to put labels on their behavior that don’t really apply. Your teenager might resent you for a while if you ground them or take away privileges, and they’ll let

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How to Prevent Dog From Barking

Let’s face it – dogs bark. Some dogs bark for good reason and some do for apparently little or no reason and some do a little of both. Of course there are also certain breeds that are more prone to barking than others. The dog problem is not always the barking but the need for dogs to be quiet at certain times or when asked. I want to talk about the reasons dogs bark in order to help you prevent dog barking. Why dogs bark Dogs bark for a variety of reasons. They may be giving a warning to another

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Your Dog Needs Sunscreen Too

It’s likely you’re protecting yourself and your human family from the sun’s harmful UV rays during the summer, but what about your dog? You may be surprised to learn that dogs need protection, too. Dogs naturally have protection from their fur, but that doesn’t mean they can’t be burned. Those sunburns can be painful, and they can also increase your dog’s risk of cancer. So when should your dog use sunscreen? Your dog is losing hair If your dog is suffering from allergies, coping with hormonal changes, or undergoing chemotherapy, he may be losing a lot of hair, leaving areas

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National Dog Day and Sling TV

Looking for something to do with your dog this weekend? Why not sit on the couch and watch TV! That’s what Cesar will be doing this weekend, thanks to it being #NationalDogDay and his partnering with Sling to create dog friendly T programming! Download the app and join him at www.sling.com. FAMED ‘DOG WHISPERER’ CESAR MILLAN CURATES TV FOR DOGS FOR NATIONAL DOG DAY ON SLING TV Dog behaviorist Cesar Millan picks top shows dogs will love, based on extensive knowledge in dog psychology Now through Tuesday, Aug. 28, new, current and returning Sling Orange and/or Sling Blue subscribers (and

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The Real Meaning Of “Dog Nation”

The first season of “Dog Nation” is over, although you can still catch it online via your cable provider or streaming on Hulu. Through the first season episodes, my son Andre and I visited seven cities, worked with seventeen organizations, and helped several dozen people with their dog issues. During the process, Andre and I got to know each other a lot better and it also reinforced our understanding of what “Dog Nation” is really all about. For me, it’s never been just a TV show. It’s a mission. The mission is to unite the human community over our common

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A Monumental City

Our Dog Nation road trip brought us to the end of the first season in Washington, D.C., and a place where Andre and I could teach each other. As he was growing up, I taught him about what life was like back in my native country of Mexico. Now, he taught me about the history of his native country, the United States. Washington D.C. is surprisingly full of nature — something you wouldn’t expect for a world capital — and it’s also full of monuments. Andre explained the reason for every one of them to me. In fact, “monumental” is

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