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Wallace The Corgi Loves Hugging The Dogs He Meets On His Daily Walks

They say that the essence of who we are was written in the stars long before we were born. That is how you get practices like astrology as people like to try to make sense of what has supposedly already been preordained by the universe. But it seems that for one adorable little corgi pooch, the essence of who he is can be found on the tip of his nose.  Like many other Corgi dogs, Wallace is a fluffy little love bug. However, he’s got a unique and distinctly defining feature: a heart-shaped mark on his nose. And this little

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10 Easy-Going Dog Breeds

There are a ton of different breeds of dogs, so if you’re looking to add a dog to your family, there’s a good chance that with a little research, you’ll be able to find a dog that suits your lifestyle. Every dog is different, and certain breeds will have specific traits that perhaps other breeds lack. Some dogs will be more suited to an active lifestyle, but if what you’re looking for is a low-key and easy-going pooch, then consider one of these breeds below: 1. Bichon Frise These dogs are cute white floofs that are as intelligent as they

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a dog barks constantly for no reason
Barking and Howling

Barking Up The Wrong Tree?

I get questions about barking almost every day, and unlike other common behavior problems, with barking it’s almost always the same problem and solution. What I tell people is this – barking is natural! It’s one of the most important ways dogs communicate. Energy is their main form of communication, but some barking is normal. It can be: 1) A form of warning or protection. 2) A warning letting others know “this is my territory.” 3) A form of excitement, such as when a dog barks when he wants a ball. The bottom line is simple–as the pack leader–you should

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Shelter dogs often have a bad reputation but really they are sweet and loving
Adopting From A Shelter

Top 5 Myths About Shelter Dogs

Part of Cesar’s mission is to promote rescue, rehabilitation, and re-homing of dogs. There are millions of homeless dogs in the world, and a large number of them are currently in shelters waiting for one of two options: a forever home, or death. Often, people are reluctant to adopt shelter dogs because of certain preconceived notions about them. Here, we debunk five common myths about shelter dogs. Common Myths that are Portrayed on Shelter Dogs They’re in the Shelter Because Something is Wrong with Them This myth comes from common misunderstandings about how dogs wind up in shelters in the

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Dog Care

Find The Best Pet Insurance For Your Dog

So you have a new pup and you’re looking into what pet health insurance to get? Or perhaps you’ve had a dog for a while but are just now learning about pet insurance. Whether you’re a first time pet parent or seasoned dog whisperer, finding the best pet insurance for your dog can feel like a daunting task. Asking yourself a few simple questions can help provide direction… What coverage do I want to be sure my dog gets? How much am I comfortable paying for a premium vs paying for potential vet emergencies? With these answers in mind, you

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a girl bonds with the new family dog
All About Dogs

10 Best Dog Breeds For Families

Best Dog Breeds for Families Of course, the best way to have a family-friendly dog is to ensure that the dog considers every human member of the family as its Pack Leader. That being said, here is Cesar’s Way’s take on some of the best dog breeds for families. Bulldog The great advantage of bulldogs? They’re sturdy, so they can take anything that rambunctious kids throw at them, while they’re not very energetic. End result? A dog that will put up with a lot. They’re also not picky about where they live, so both small apartments and large houses are

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a sad dog waits at the door for his humans to return.
All About Dogs

Dealing With Dog Separation Anxiety

One of the most common phrases used by owners to describe a dog that appears stressed when the owner leaves home—or just leaves the room—is separation anxiety in dogs. We can define separation anxiety as a dog problem behavior that shows itself through symptoms like excessive salivation, barking, whining, destroying items in the home, scratching at walls, doors and floors, and attempting to escape from the crate, or room. Simulated vs. True Dog Separation Anxiety There is true separation anxiety, and there is simulated separation anxiety, in which the dog behavior appears to be separation anxiety but it is, in

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Cesar Millan

Is Your Dog Addicted To You?

Like dogs, humans can experience separation anxiety, although usually for rational reasons. People generally don’t feel anxiety because their spouse went to work or their kid went to school. But it’s normal to feel it if your spouse works as a firefighter, or it’s your kid’s first day at a new school; worse if your kid is a teen who just got their license. The Power Of Love There is one irrational reason humans will have separation anxiety, though. That happens when we fall in love. When the object of our affections isn’t around, nothing feels right in the world.

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A woman trains her dog on a fall day
Dog Behavior

5 Things You’re Doing That Drive Your Dog Crazy

Do you ever wonder what your dog would say if he could talk? Do you ever wonder what’s on his mind when he looks up at you with those big, warm, brown eyes? You might be surprised to learn that what you’re doing to your dog is confusing him—maybe even driving him crazy. Here are five bad habits you need to stop before they wreck your relationship. 5 Bad Habits You’re Trying to Communicate with Your Dogs Through Words You adopt a dog from the shelter, and you know it is not the first time he has been adopted, but

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A dog pokes his head out of an apartment balcony.
Adoption Tips

10 Dog Breeds Perfect For Apartment Living

If you live in an apartment or condo, this should be a factor you consider when adopting a dog: will your new family member be happy in close quarters? Contrary to popular belief, the most critical factor is not the size or breed of the dog but the dog’s energy and your ability to ensure that its needs are met. Can you provide daily exercise and adequate physical and mental challenges? Will the dog live under rules, boundaries, and limitations with a calm and assertive Pack Leader? In general, lower energy dogs, independent of breed, can adapt more quickly to

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